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Minecraft Redstone Design

Redstone is an element that powers up all kinds of machines and circuits in the Minecraft universe! It can be use to create interactive mechanisms, such as moving elevators and hidden trapdoors. And EDMO Coaches can help Minecraft builders learn how to mine redstone and deploy redstone. In our 1:1 coaching sessions, we'll also encourage endless creativity and problem-solving skills. Required materials: Mac or windows computer and "Minecraft: Java Edition" account
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Logan Vawter

Logan is a rising Junior studying Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is passionate about teaching and loves sharing his interests in the STEM field and beyond with others. Logan is always eager to inspire youth with a love of learning and a hunger for creating. He found his time at EDMO Alameda Earhart very fulfilling and is excited to be back with this online opportunity.

Nicole Carlson

Nicole is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Cinema with a double minor in Animation and Computing Applications. She has chosen to pursue education because she believes technological skills are important to have in this new age of technology! Nicole is passionate about animation, programming, film, and art. Her favorite things to do when she’s not studying are drawing, painting, playing tennis, and surfing.

Anne Lockmiller

Annie received a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley, and will complete her M.A. in Guidance and Counseling from San Jose State in December 2020. Annie's goal in education is to make a connection with every student she works with. She seeks to help kids develop through compassion and exploring their interests. Annie is dedicated to promoting social justice and cultural awareness to help students develop an informed and open-minded perspective on the world. She also believes in laughter and fun in education. She has experience in working with students in STEM fields as well as Social and Emotional Learning. She has experience with academic and career counseling, and has worked with children from ages 3-18.