Create. Connect. Collaborate.

MinecraftEdu is a school-ready remix of the original smash hit game Minecraft. Minecraft Education Edition - Bring Minecraft to the Classroom! We provide discounted Minecraft licenses to educational institutions, a custom edition of the game with features designed especially for classroom use, and a hosting service to let users connect and play together.

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What is MinecraftEdu

Designed for
Schools

Made by teachers for teachers, fine-tuned for the classroom.

Up to 50% off
Full Price

Qualifying educational institutions receive significant discounts.

Flexible & Powerful,
Yet Simple

Countless activities you can host yourself or in the cloud.

Play in the Cloud!

Running your own MinecraftEdu server can be a rewarding experience… but it’s not for everyone.

We provide:

  • A fast stable server for your classes.
  • Secure and designed to work with school networks
  • White glove support and service
  • Countless activities and lesson ideas to fit your needs

Beta pricing: $20/month per classroom server.

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Recent News

Summer 2015 is here! At this time of year, we start to see MinecraftEdu used in summer activities, and educator professional development. This week we have an extra packed Twitter Roundup with just that. We love to see tweets about your MinecraftEdu activities and awesome student creations.

Kicking us off is tweet from @jimmypack with some educators on their third day of a teacher camp!

Great shots from your activities this month! Thanks for sharing!

Next up we have a share of some more professional development from @Joshwfpike .

Thanks for the share!



@captainXav has a great share this week of a fun way to bring some excitement to your math lessons on volume.

Thanks for the share!



Next up is a set of tweets illustrating some great paper planning practices that can really help focus your student’s (sometimes limited) time ingame - and work to expand some of their collaborative capacity. Both tweets are some great examples. Thanks @KalmazooTech and @lambert_kellie!





This next tweet from @thewhyeway pictures another great pre-game practice. Electing student leadership, and voting on rules. When working on collaborative efforts, it’s always best to set some guidelines and expectations when the classroom extends into MinecraftEdu. Thanks for the share!



Next we feature a world from @TheFaySchool with a really neat Mission to Mars world that he will be demoing at ISTE 2015. We thought this world looked pretty neat, and we’d love to see it shared on the World Library after it’s debut at ISTE!



Rounding out the roundup is a tweet from our own Santeri Koivisto, picturing a flurry of activity with many young visitors to the TeacherGaming offices in Tampere, Finland!



As always, we love to see what students and educators are making and accomplishing with MinecraftEdu. Remember to tag your tweets with #MinecraftEdu and maybe you’ll be in our next Twitter Roundup!


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