Minecraft Education 9+

Transform Your Classroom

Mojang

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

THIS APP IS FOR SCHOOL AND ORGANIZATIONAL USE.

Minecraft Education is a game-based platform that inspires creative, inclusive learning through play. Explore blocky worlds that unlock new ways to tackle any subject or challenge.

Designed to engage all learners, Minecraft Education provides lessons and fun challenges across subjects, from math and literacy to digital citizenship and sustainability. Get started today!

DISCOVER WORLD-CLASS CONTENT 
- 700 standards-aligned lessons in in-game Library
- 200 hours of K-12 Computer Science curriculum 
- 50 creative build challenges 
- 10 how-to-play tutorials 

SPARK A PASSION FOR LEARNING
Develop critical skills like problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication in the interactive game environment. Explore ancient civilizations, cell biology, outer space, and bring the periodic table to life with in-game Chemistry. Spark a passion for STEM and Computer Science.

SUPPORT INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
Engage students in meaningful learning and social-emotional development. Accessibility features like chat-to-text and Immersive Reader support different player needs. Learning content is available on culturally relevant topics like climate change and active citizenship.

KEY FEATURES 
- Multiplayer mode enables collaboration in-game across platforms, devices, and hybrid environments
- Code Builder supports block-based coding, JavaScript, and Python with intuitive interface and in-game execution
- Camera and Book & Quill items allow documentation and export
- Immersive Reader helps players read and translate text
- Integration with Microsoft Teams and Flipgrid supports assessment and teacher controls

Minecraft Education licenses can be purchased separately by individuals with Office 365 Education, Office 365 Commercial, or Microsoft 365 Admin Center accounts. Talk to your teacher or IT administrator for information on academic licensing.

Terms of use: The terms that apply to this download are the terms that were presented when you purchased your Minecraft Education subscription.

If you subscribe to Minecraft Education via iTunes:
Each Minecraft Education subscription lasts one year from date of purchase. The payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. If your subscription is set to auto-renew, your account will be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period at the subscription price option you previously selected.
Turn off auto-renewal by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. If you cancel after your subscription has activated, your account will not be refunded for the remaining active period of the subscription.

Privacy policy: https://aka.ms/privacy

What’s New

Version 1.18.45

We have a new name and a new logo. Minecraft: Education Edition is now Minecraft Education! We are retiring our old name after six years and welcoming a new look for 2023.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
17.5K Ratings

17.5K Ratings

Brionnan ,

Not working

Minecraft education edition is a very good game but, whenever I try to join my sisters game it says unable to connect outdated server, overall Minecraft education edition is an awesome gameCan anybody figure out what’s wrong with mine Minecraft whenever I try to make my sister join my world is says unable to connect but it doesn’t say outdated server it’s probably because she’s using her Computer that the school gave her from 2020 maybe that’s why it says outdated server because there is no online school for my school anymore if you have any ideas on how to get us to join into the same server please help because it was mean a lot also it might be because i use my iPad to play it and she has the district computer so please help it would mean a lot because my sister has been waiting a long time to play with me she has been waiting a couple of hours because she had to find a charger and then she had to wait for it to charge and I don’t wanna leave my sister out where she can’t play but I can thank you for taking your time to read this message I really hope that one of you guys respond and if you have anything similar maybe we can help out each other have a nice day/night/evening

supagoodstuf ,

Good game, but slow to update…

I love this game. Been playing it since second grade, back in the days of the good ol’ Aquatic Update. I seen this game go through many changes. I’ve spent so many hours on this game, wether I’m testing and playing new Addons or working on a new project. But one thing I do have a problem with is the updates. See I was still in 1.16 when the 1.17 update was out, and by the time 1.18 rolled around, it finally updated. This is the same for 1.19. There is already snapshots for 1.20, but I’m always wondering when Minecraft: Education Edition is going to update. I don’t know why it takes so long. I’m no expert on making games or anything but if you have the files, you could just transfer it right? Or do you have to work on coding the mobs with all the different effects of all the Education Edition items? Either way, I just wish that when you released the updates for Bedrock and Java, you could also release it for Education Edition, because after all, it’s still a version of Minecraft. But overall, I don’t want you guys to take this review negatively, but the game is still very good. I enjoy playing this because it’s free.

Ebony Seay ,

A Unique Education Experience

Minecraft Education Edition has been a very unique experience for me. At first I thought to myself how is this game going to teach me more about English composition in my college class? We had to play the game in class and that was the first time I’ve ever played Minecraft. Minecraft really opened my mind to see how a game could help me to learn more about english composition and how images, video, and coding, could be used to help communicate English concepts. We played the game and it helped me to realize that by playing the game I was using the game play as a way of communicating with my classmates, and professor simply interacting with the world around me. I also learned about coding as well from the education edition. Coding is a form of language that is used on computers and I learned that coding is a form of language in technology that helps us communicate with the world around us, and it translates into a language that we can see and understand. I would definitely recommend using this to help teach students because it lets students learn from a different perspective, and broadens their minds even further than what they will realize. It also is a plus that’s its fun to play too!

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The developer, Mojang, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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