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Minecraft CUP 2022

Join the Coding Lab Teams!

Coding Lab Team presentation at Minecraft Cup 2021
(Final Presentation)

Student's Outcomes

Schedule

Team Meetings July 10—September 4 (online)

Students do not have to join all meetings.  

  • Weekly: Sundays 5:00pm—7:00pm (JPT)
  • Bi-Weekly: Mondays 9:00am—11:00am (JPT)
    (7/11, 7/18, 8/1, 8/15, 8/29, 9/5)

Note: Monday morning (JPT) meetings were added so international team members (West Cast USA for example) can also participate.  All students are welcome to join, but it is not required. 

Minecraft Cup Submission Data: September 11, 2022

Who can join?

  • Students who have taken classes at Coding Lab since 2021 Jan
  • Ages 7-18
  • Students from all countries can join.
    Last year the team included members from Japan, Singapore, USA, Germany, Australia, and UK
  • If students have not taken Minecraft Coding classes before, we recommended signing up for at least one Minecraft Coding classes to learn the basics. 1-day and 5-day classes available.

How to join to Coding Lab Team

5,500 yen include tax – sold out

Registration is currently full. But we may open it back up in a few days for a limited number of students. Please fill out  the wait list.  We will inform you if more space becomes available.

  • You can join the first meeting before registering for team. Please send an email to mcup@codinglab.jp to let us know.

  • Families with multiple siblings: each additional child only 50%

Included with Registration

Minecraft Cup is not providing Minecraft Education Edition licenses for free this year to participants.  So students will need to purchase their own license (1,425‎ yen value (including tax)).  But in order for students to join and work together in the same Minecraft world, all users need to be on the same Azure Tenant (this is essentially the domain of the user account, such as @codinglab.jp). 

Coding Lab will purchase 1-year, Minecraft Education Edition licenses on the Coding Lab tenant (@codinglab.jp) for each student.

  • 1 hour team planning meetings (Mentored by teachers)
  • 1 hour coding/build time (Monitored by teachers)
  • Students can access the server (online) every day during the competition: 10:00am — 8:00pm
  • After the competition, students will be able to access the server on a limited basis, so kids can continue to meet up and code with friends. Schedule coming soon. 
  • Note: Because students will have their own Minecraft Education Edition license, they will be able to create their own worlds on their devices whenever they want to.

Students will have access to Coding Lab Microsoft Teams site, which include OneNote and Chat.  We will use this for team planning and communication.  We will help new team members to use the technology

Coding Lab will help the teams prepare their final presentation and videos.

Coding Lab will submit all the forms for the final submissions.  These forms are required to be submitted in  Japanese.

If the teams progress to final rounds of the competition, Coding Lab will support the teams in preparing joining the final events.

Please let us know if you have any questions

mcup@codinglab.jp

FAQ

Minecraft Cup is not providing Minecraft Education Edition licenses for free this year to participants.  So students will need to purchase their own license.  But in order for student to join and work together in the same Minecraft world, all users need to be on the same Azure Tenant (this is essentially the domain of the user account, such as @codinglab.jp). 

Also we are going to have multiple age group like

  • Ages 7-9
  • Ages 10-12
  • Ages 13-18.

So Coding Lab will be supporting 2 or 3 different teams this year instead of just one. 

Minecraft Cup is NOT providing Minecraft Education Edition licenses for free this year to participants.  So students will need to purchase their own license.  But in order for student to join and work together in the same Minecraft world, all users need to be on the same Azure Tenant (this is essentially the domain of the user account, such as @codinglab.jp). 

Coding Lab will purchase 1-year, Minecraft Education Edition licenses on the Coding Lab tenant (@codinglab.jp) for each student.

No. In order for students to join and work together in the same Minecraft world, all users need to be on the same Azure Tenant (this is essentially the domain of the user account, such as @codinglab.jp). 

But, students can join the Minecraft Cup on their own and use their own Minecraft Education Edition license or purchase their own license.  

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