MinecraftEdu World Library

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All Ages
Published by TheEdumicator • 2 hours ago •  0
Branching from a central spawn point, there are 24 long lanes of building space for individual students or teams.

Technology > Computer Science - building, parkour
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World of Power

Ages 10-16
Published by TCIPG • 1 day ago •  0
TCIPG Education presents the World of Power, where students explore electricity generation and distribution. Gamers can explore a world with independent lessons and learn about the power grid.

Science > Engineering - Electricity, Distribution, Power Grid
0
Ages 7-12
Published by Porchester Junior • 5 days ago •  0
A short challenge based adventure created from a world built by a group of 10/11 year old pupils

Social Studies > Geography - Exploration, Problem Solving
0
Ages 5-18+
Published by Little-Engineers • 6 days ago •  0
Main world for our school.

Science > Engineering - School
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All Ages
Published by TheEdumicator • 1 week ago •  0
This is six large areas for group work.

Science > Biology - habitats, zoo, work areas
0
Ages 7-14
Published by Arukay • 3 weeks ago •  0
See the final student projects from the Arukay Minecraft courses summer 2015! Each student designed their own exhibit, with the entire level serving as an excellent introduction to ComputerCraftEdu

Technology > Computer Science - Demonstration of Arukay Course 201
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A sphinx inspired religious structure.

All Ages
Published by Jep • 1 month ago •  0
A world with open building spaces and a central market for trading and purchasing. XP forms the central currency.

Social Studies > Economics - Market, Economics, Sustainability
0

The spawn point at Turtle Island features traders who offer rewards for completing quests.

Ages 7-18+
Published by MikeHarvey • 1 month ago •  7
Turtle Island is a massive world made for MinecraftEdu 1.7.10 that relies on both ComputerCraftEdu and CustomNPCs to function properly.

Technology > Computer Science - Computer Programming
0

Turtle Canyon

Ages 7-18+
Published by MinecraftTeachr • 1 month ago •  3
Players use ComputerCraftEdu to explore Turtle Canyon where they meet friendly mechanical turtles and program them.

Technology > Computer Science - Programming and Computational Thinking
0

Introduction to "What is a Number?"

Ages 5-12
Published by MrSolomon • 1 month ago •  1
Students use the "Large Work Space" world to complete a "Number Zoo" where they will represent numbers in different ways.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - numeracy, addition, subtraction
5

An overview of the building area

Ages 10-18+
Published by The Gameworkshop • 1 month ago •  0
Chasing Community is a map that challenges players to create content that facilitates community in a housing area. The map contains a Minecraft tutorial and a town area that can serve as an open ended arena for different learning scenarios.

Social Studies > Civics and Government - Architechture, community, democracy
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The Wall Flower Algorithm in Lua Scripting (El algoritmo en formato de código)

Ages 10-16
Published by Arukay • 1 month ago •  1
Each team first builds a maze. Then, they must program a Computer Craft turtle with an algorithm to navigate through the maze. Tutorial materials coming soon, level assumes student experience with the Computer Craft Mod.

Technology > Computer Science - computational thinking, spanish, maze
5

An Island of Challenges!

Ages 7-14
Published by CCB • 2 months ago •  0
This map is an obstacle course for a group to complete. Minimum number is 5 and teamwork is REQUIRED. It uses archery, mazes, platform jumping, redstone pistons, boat navigation, ladder jumping, logic puzzles, and comparators.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Teamwork, thinking, and basic Minecraft.
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Hometree from the outside.

Ages 10-18+
Published by A Mulholland • 2 months ago •  7
A Computercraft turtles experimenting zone inside a giant Hometree! Includes an obstacle course to get to the turtle zone to act as practice for new Minecraft Players

Technology > Computer Science - Programming, exploration
5
All Ages
Published by TAGLabs • 2 months ago •  0
community development

Social Studies > Civics and Government - learning community develoment
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Redstone Combination Door

Ages 7-16
Published by Mr M • 2 months ago •  0
An overgrown, dangerous jungle. Can the students collaborate to provide a safe, sustainable base from which to study the ecosystem? An exercise in teamwork and prioritising.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Collaboration, prioritizing, creativity
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All Ages
Published by TAGLabs • 2 months ago •  0
A city building world that students created

Social Studies > Citizenship - Community building and City planning
0
All Ages
Published by TAGLabs • 2 months ago •  0
An open world for students to explore and learn about MinecraftEDU during the 2015 Good of Gaming event

Technology > Digital Citizenship - Event
0
Ages 10-12
Published by Magee Elementary • 3 months ago •  0
To be a farmer, you need to be good at math. Practice being a farmer with situations that you need math to solve. In this world, students can explore, and play with the animals!

Math > Measurement and Data - Math, Agriculture
0
All Ages
Published by MisterA • 3 months ago •  2
In this map, students have been stranded on an island. They must survey the land and find a suitable place to settle and begin the civilization.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Creating a Civilization
0
Ages 7-12
Published by MisterA • 3 months ago •  0
Welcome to the DIG SITE! So you want to be a member of the Dig Team huh? Well there are three tests you must pass if you want the Dig Team Pickaxe. Visit each of the ice domes and complete the tasks. Good luck! Students will practice collecting, reco

Math > Measurement and Data - Collecting, Recording, and Accuracy
0
Ages 12-14
Published by jugreen@cincinn... • 3 months ago •  0
big world and live and green surviving adventure exploring

Technology > Computer Science - jboy
0
Ages 7-12
Published by MisterA • 3 months ago •  4
This map has been used as a base for lessons ranging from equivalent fractions to digital storytelling. It provides a central spawn and teleporting system, dividing students into 8 groupings. Groups are marked both by number and color.

Arts > Architecture - Base Map for Groups
5
Ages 10-14
Published by MisterA • 3 months ago •  2
In this map students will go shopping at the Momilani MCEdu Mall and explore the concepts of discount, tax, and final cost.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - Economy, Discount, and Tax
0
Ages 10-12
Published by MisterA • 3 months ago •  0
In this map students will work for the Momilani Mining Company and explore the makeup of the layers of the Minecraft World. Students will learn to practice and apply calculations of rate, ratio, and percent.

Math > Ratios - Rate, Ratio and Percent
0
Ages 7-12
Published by Purple Maia • 3 months ago •  0
A simulation of a Hawaiian ahupua`a

Science > Ecosystems - Hawaiian Culture and Technology
0
Ages 10-18+
Published by Ben Biddle • 3 months ago •  5
Explore a similar island under similar circumstances as the book. Goal is not only to survive, but to learn how to thrive through cooperation and good communication.

English Language Arts > Literature - Play through book Swiss Family Robinson
5

Boston Harbor with Faneuil Hall.

Ages 7-14
Published by MrFrancko • 3 months ago •  2
A world based around the fourth grade social studies curriculum in Ohio. This is a work in progress that is a fairly blank slate. I use a hub and spoke concept with a central campus that students can teleport from. Each area has a theme.

Social Studies > History - Fourth Grade Ohio Social Studies
0
Ages 5-18+
Published by KrisS • 3 months ago •  1
A simple world for up to 25 individuals or teams to build in. Useful for student management, and for builds that you are planning to send to a 3D printer using Mineways or some other method.

Technology > Computer Science - A simple student building area.
4
Ages 18+
Published by Kathie.Ramirez • 3 months ago •  0
Mountain Oaks School

Social Studies > History - Midievial
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Spawn point with paths

All Ages
Published by MrSolomon • 3 months ago •  0
This is a modified version of the "Large Work Space" that now uses Teleport Stations to help students find their work area with Build Disallow and Border Blocks added.

Technology > Computer Science - Enclosed Work Space
0
Ages 7-9
Published by MagisterK • 4 months ago •  1
Fun

Math > Algebra - Math
0
Ages 7-9
Published by MagisterK • 4 months ago •  0
My first build. I've made a replica of our classroom with a maze outside. Everything is in swedish.

Math > Algebra - Problem solving, algebra, maze
0
Ages 5-9
Published by Emma K Doub • 4 months ago •  3
This world is a STEM experience for 1st and 2nd grade students. Students explore 5 biomes learning about a mystery animal, type of zoologist, and habitats in each. Students collect materials from each biome to create their own at the end.

Science > Biology - Biomes, Habitats, Animals, Careers
4

One of several Viking Longships to be seen in-game.

Ages 7-12
Published by Richard Clarke • 4 months ago •  22
A Viking village and surrounding area, populated with interactive NPC's. Chained missions guide players through learning about the different aspects of Viking culture, including exploration, commerce, and raiding.

Social Studies > History - Vikings, History, Culture
5
Ages 5-18+
Published by Mrs. Frankina • 4 months ago •  1
This world has expanded building areas from the original.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Collaboration
0

The first activity to explore.

Ages 12-14
Published by EduElfie • 5 months ago •  0
Use sheep to explore experimental probability and compare it with theoretical probability.

Math > Statistics and Probability - Probability
5
Ages 10-12
Published by JohnHenderson • 5 months ago •  1
This is a one class period review of percentages.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - percentag, decimal, and fraction review
0
Ages 12-14
Published by korlando • 5 months ago •  1
PARCC QUOTE ANALYSIS EXERCISE

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - THEMES
0
Ages 12-14
Published by korlando • 5 months ago •  0
I'm not sure what I should say to describe my world right now... This is my first one, so I will amend at a later date. :)

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - PARCC INFORMATIVE - EXPLANATORY WRITING
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Ages 10-14
Published by Purple Maia • 5 months ago •  0
A simulation of life in Hawaii

Social Studies > History - Hawaiian Culture
0

Overview 1

Ages 5-9
Published by S.Dennis • 6 months ago •  1
This world was primarily created to teach 5 to seven year olds to work together building structures in pre defined areas using a specific set of materials provided.

Social Studies > Geography - Team Work, Construction
0

Yup, it's flat.

Ages 5-18+
Published by MinecraftTeachr • 7 months ago •  0
A truly flat world the way Minecraft used to generate them. No grass, no villages, no frills. etc.

Technology > Computer Skills - General Use
2.5
All Ages
Published by MrPsART • 9 months ago •  1
Our school

Arts > Architecture - Our School
0
All Ages
Published by Emma K Doub • 9 months ago •  1
Students complete Mrs. Foster's challenges to get the materials to reach engineer academy.

Math > Measurement and Data - Volume
0
Ages 5-16
Published by Kate Booth • 9 months ago •  0
This library is a copy of the Clarence Regional Library in Grafton, NSW Australia. The map was used to accompany the picture book My Place by Nadia Wheatley. Students created their 'own place' and published their written work in the library.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - publishing texts, built environments,
4
All Ages
Published by Emma K Doub • 10 months ago •  2
This world is focused on reforesting a deforested area by collaborating with group members. The information focuses on weathering/erosion, sustainable communities, and citizenship.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Rainforest, Collaboration, Weathering
5

Gate Pa (Pukehinahina) at dawn.

All Ages
Published by GVSTeacher • 11 months ago •  2
A historic recreation of the Battle of Gate Pa, Tauranga, New Zealand in 1864. Maori warriors defend their Pa (fort) from the British army. Will you follow history or rewrite the past?

Social Studies > History - Battle, New Zealand History, Tauranga
0

Four colored teams can now compete in this challenge. Home blocks and teleporters are used.

Ages 7-16
Published by MikeHarvey • 1 year ago •  5
This is a heavy update I made to the Water Challenge map that features 4 identical team areas, scoreboard use, NPCs for acquiring bone meal by trade, and a full farming tutorial activity for new players.

Science > Engineering - Water Conservation
4.666665
Ages 12-18+
Published by James Robinson • 1 year ago •  1
Students observe the behaviour of 6 types of logic gates, and then build circuits using these basic blocks.

Technology > Computer Science - Logic Gates
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