February 5, 2018 | BETT
Our team spent last week in London for BETT 2018, one of the largest education technology conferences in the world, where we joined Microsoft Education to demo Minecraft: Education Edition. The Minecraft booth offered attendees a range of workshops and colorful photo booth, as well as unique opportunities to learn to play and use Minecraft: Education Edition in the classroom across grades and subject areas. We met hundreds of educators and school leaders from across the UK, Europe and Middle East, many of whom had never played Minecraft.
Recap of Workshops with Lessons
Here is a recap of the Minecraft Education workshops with links to lessons and classroom activities. We were joined by several Global Minecraft Mentors who facilitated workshops and supported educators interested in learning about Minecraft.
STEM and Coding Lessons
History and Architecture Lessons
Arts and Writing Lessons
Please get in touch with the Minecraft Education team if you have further questions on how to use Minecraft with your students, or explore over 300 lessons across subject areas.
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