INFORMATION FOR EAST RIDING AND HULL-BASED SCHOOLS
‘ARCHIVERSE MINECRAFT FOR SCHOOLS’ WORKSHOP
- Duration: 1.5 hour
- Skills development: Art and Design, Languages, Digital Storytelling, Digital Citizenship
- Number of pupils: Up to 8
- Requirements: Computer suite with the capability to run Minecraft Education Edition.
In this ‘Archiverse Minecraft for Schools’ workshop our project lead, Hannah Stamp (Archivist), will deliver a 1.5-hour long session enabling up to 8 pupils to work collaboratively on our Archiverse Minecraft map (world).
Our Archiverse map is a learning and creative environment featuring an explorable reconstruction of The Treasure House in Beverley, home of the East Riding Archives, populated by characters that will tell pupils all about the archives.
In the creative space of the map, pupils will be set a building and writing challenge based on retelling their lockdown memories with the view of these creations being permanently preserved in both the Archiverse and the real-world East Riding Archives as historical records in the ERBP collection.
Please contact Hannah Stamp for more information.