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Get Ready to Play, Craft, & Learn
Minecraft: Education Edition is an open world game that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem solving in an immersive environment where the only limit is your imagination. During this 1-day, in-person Teacher Academy, you will receive an overview of Minecraft: Education Edition, learn to play the game, and create curriculum and classroom resources you can take back to your classroom and continue your journey.
For a Successful Experience
Please complete the following checklist of pre-work and steps you can take to ensure a quality professional learning experience.
http://education.minecraft.net/getstarted/Set up Minecraft: Education Edition on your device
https://youtu.be/QMpLMXnFzXUcase study and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl9ZQiektJEthis video on Minecraft: Education Edition
Read the New York Times Magazine article
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/17/magazine/the-minecraft-generation.html“The Minecraft Generation”
Each participant requires an Office 365 Education license
BYOD participants need macOS or Windows 10 devices to run M:EE
Ensure each participant has a mouse for their device
Internet access is required to log in to M:EE
For multiplayer, participant logins must be on the same tenant (usually domain)
Participants can take all worlds, handouts, and lesson from training
Participants need to set up profiles at education.minecraft.net to access & personalize free resources (lessons, trainings, worlds, etc.)