Getting Started with Minecraft: Education Edition
Looking to shake things up a bit in your classroom? Join us to check out the basics of Minecraft: Education Edition. You’ll learn the controls (moving, placing, and breaking blocks), the game settings, and how to view student tutorials. We’ll also talk about teacher-specific blocks for full control of the lesson, how to search for content on already-established lessons, and how to use outcomes for assessments and reflections.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- use gamification in the classroom to enhance learning
- get around in the worlds of Minecraft
- place blocks and break blocks
- view student tutorials
- And more!
Each attendee will receive this lesson plan, including videos, activities and reflections to take back to your students.
Educator Attendees are eligible for two hours of PD credit.
This is a hybrid technology class–it will be offered in-person in Technology Classroom A on the 3rd floor of the Main Library and online via a Zoom webinar. Registration is required!
To register to attend the class virtually, please use the button below to register via Zoom. It might be helpful to install Zoom on your computer or mobile device beforehand (which you can do by clicking here).
It might also be helpful to download a free trial for Minecraft: Education Edition to explore this one and other sample lessons on your computer or mobile device beforehand (which you can do by clicking here).
To attend in person at the Main Library, please use the “register” button found on this page.
If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501-918-3068.