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Coding in MinecraftEDU Workshop

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ANSTO Online: Coding in MinecraftEDU Workshop Age: 10 - 13 years Cost: $25

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ANSTO Electric Circuits Online Weekend Workshop

Age: 10 - 13 years

Cost: $25

Turn “Minecraft Time” into learning time! In this online workshop you’ll learn how to use Minecraft EDU’s Codebuilder feature to automate mining and building, while learning the basics of coding in a language like Scratch. To get the most out of this workshop, it will be useful that you are at least a bit familiar with how to play Minecraft, but we’ll still go over the basics of the game first anyway. For this workshop you must have MinecraftEDU installed on your device, the regular version of Minecraft will not be able to connect to our server. You’ll also need to have a MinecraftEDU account, which many government and independent schools already have – so check with your school if you are uncertain. And remember to have a parent nearby who can help solve technical problems on your side.

Before signing up for this workshop download and install MinecraftEDU for free from here first https://education.minecraft.net/en-us/get-started/download and see if your school account (the one you use to sign into your computer or email) allows you to sign in and start playing. If the website does not correctly identify your device in the “Recommended for your device” box, scroll down to the bottom of the page to manually select your machine.

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Home to over 300 scientists and researchers, ANSTO is home to some of Australia’s most critical scientific infrastructure including the nation’s only research reactor, a suite of neutron beam instruments, particular accelerators, cyclotrons and the Australian Synchrotron. These instruments are helping to address health issues, climate change and develop new innovations to support Australian industry.

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