Minecraft: Education Edition is officially coming to iPad
One of the most used games in all history is Minecraft, the game that many of you will know as “the one with the blocks”. The evolution that this game has had is becoming something even more special. Microsoft, since the purchase of Minecraft, has promoted in addition to its character for entertain, dimension educational that a game of this type can have in the classes of the 21st century.
Minecraft: Education Edition is the adapted version to help teach certain subjects in today’s classes. Currently, it is available for macOS and Windows. Nevertheless, coming soon to iPads, due to the large number of these devices available in classrooms.
In the fall the iPad will receive Minecraft: Education Edition
The advantage of receiving a platform of the dimensions of Minecraft: Education Edition years after its creation is very large. This platform has been evolving, creating new content creation packs so that teachers can have access to a lot of tools to design their classes in a different way. In addition, the educational community around the educational version of Minecraft makes teachers share their projects.
Students can harness the power of iPad to build monuments and swim through coral reefs with Update Aquatic, bring creative stories to life with Book and Quill, and experiment with the Chemistry Resource Pack. There are over 500 educator-created lesson starters that bring the curriculum to life in Minecraft.
This version of Minecraft is accessed with a purchased subscription of the original game or through some Office 365 licenses. However, Microsoft has prepared exclusive licenses for this platform with a price of five dollars a year for those students who need access to the platform and have not purchased the original game.
The news is in Minecraft: Education Edition It’s coming to the iPad next fall. The explanation of why it reaches these heights is the growing demand for iPads in the classroom, which means a growing change in the educational model.
Educators in more than 100 countries are already using Minecraft to transform their classrooms, and now schools with iPad technology can access Minecraft: Education Edition. With features designed to engage students in project-based learning and help educators manage their classrooms, Minecraft: Education Edition is the perfect back-to-school teaching tool.