Updated: Sep 7
A lot of teachers around the world are transitioning to a remote learning environment due to the COVI-19 outbreak.
The eTwinz have created a series focus on remote learning where they will share five scenarios of remote learning.
Welcome to the sixth blog of this series: Minecraft Education Edition
Minecraft Education edition
Minecraft Education Edition is a game-based learning platform that builds STEM skills, unleashes creativity, and engages students in collaboration and problem-solving.
You can create a world in Minecraft for Education with all the components you want in your lesson. These lessons can go from a block of grass world where your students can build something to a world with different math equations they need to solve.
If you are not very creative in creating Minecraft worlds, you have the amazing feature of the Library of Worlds where you can find worlds (and lessons) already premade from different subjects.
How to Export our Minecraft world
Once we have created our amazing Minecraft world, we will have to distribute it to our students, and we are going to use Microsoft Teams assignments for this. To attach a world to our Microsoft Teams assignment, we will have to download the Minecraft World file to our computer.
How do we do this? We will have to open Minecraft Education Edition and go to:
My worlds>Settings>Scroll down>Export