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UA30594 Minecraft Research Project Booklet_web.pdf (4.68 MB)

The MinecraftTM Project: Facilitators and Families edition

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This online resource was developed as a part of a feasibility research project that investigated the use of the off-the-shelf online game, MinecraftTM in facilitating social collaborative skills development in autistic pre-teens. The project was co-designed with autistic MinecraftTM players and families of autistic children.

This coaching guide is designed to help families continue practising the skills and maintain friendships developed through the intervention program.

Disclaimer: The MinecraftTM coaching package has been developed as part of a research project aimed at facilitating social collaborative skill development for autistic children. It is not officially endorsed or affiliated with MinecraftTM, Mojang StudiosTM, MicrosoftTM, or any related entities. MinecraftTM is a trademark of Mojang Studios and Microsoft. This coaching package is intended solely for research and educational purposes and should not be considered an official product or representation of the MinecraftTM franchise.


Faculty of Health and Sciences Emerging Leaders Development grant, University of Adelaide 2022

School of Allied Health Science and Practice Research Support Grant 2022