This wiki is the encyclopedia of all things related to teaching with MinecraftEdu.
Feeling overwhelmed? Don't worry, everything you need to get started with MinecraftEdu is described on this page. Before you can start using MinecraftEdu, you need to purchase necessary server and user licenses.
Since late 2011, MinecraftEdu has made its way to thousands of classrooms around the world. It has been used to teach all kinds of skills and subjects from math to foreign languages to social justice to fair trade. Here you will find some resources and examples about using MinecraftEdu in your classroom.
- Your First Lesson and Using the Tutorial World
- Real-World Examples
- Alignment with Curricula and Standards
- Educator Community
So you have setup your server, connected clients, and played for hours with the tutorial world. It's now time to step it up even more. Peek under the hood, and take a look at how to bring MinecraftEdu to another level!
We know that sometimes performing tasks in Minecraft or MinecraftEdu can sometimes be complicated and daunting. So here you will find a series of step-by-step guides for doing common and some uncommon tasks with MinecraftEdu.
MinecraftEdu is under active development and changes to the software can be viewed from the Changelog page.