Teaching with Minecraft Mods, Plugins & Add-Ons Part 2

Teaching with Minecraft Mods, Plugins & Add-Ons Part 2

Teaching with Minecraft Mods, Plugins & Add-Ons for Minecraft PE Part 2 This article is a continuation of part 1 of Mods, Plugins, and Add-Ons for Minecraft PE. Teaching with Minecraft PE has become much more interesting lately because of the development of new mods and apps. Multiplayer Mods for Minecraft PE The Multiplayer Mods for Minecraft PE app allows students to play on hundreds of public modded servers, there are many different types of servers: Adventure Servers, Block Hunt…

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Teaching with Minecraft PE Mods, Plugins & Add-Ons

Teaching with Minecraft PE Mods, Plugins & Add-Ons

Teaching with Minecraft PE Mods, Plugins &Add-Ons Minecraft PE is a video game developed by the Swedish company Mojang. The creative and building aspects of Minecraft enable players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D world. To this author, it is like virtual Legos on steroids. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Multiple gameplay modes are available, including survival mode, creative mode, and adventure mode. Minecraft PE…

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Teaching w/ Minecraft: Mods, Plugins, and Add-Ons for Minecraft PE

Teaching w/ Minecraft: Mods, Plugins, and Add-Ons for Minecraft PE

Teaching w/ Minecraft: Mods, Plugins, and Add-Ons for the Portable Edition Minecraft is a video game developed by the Swedish company Mojang. Teaching with Minecraft focuses on the creative aspects of the game that enable players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D world. To this author, it is like virtual Legos on steroids. Other activities in the game include exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. Multiple gameplay modes are available, including survival mode, creative…

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Teaching with Minecraft: A Minecraft Project in Action

Teaching with Minecraft: A Minecraft Project in Action

Teaching with Minecraft: A Minecraft Project in Action by Andrea Jones I decided to let students do this activity in partners. Even though Minecraft is super popular, I know that not all students are familiar with game. I had the students divide themselves up into two groups. The first being the self-proclaimed “experts” and the other group was for students who were not familiar with the game. I was lucky and this worked out for…

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