Minecraft: Education Edition now available for iPad on the App Store

Microsoft has made its Minecraft: Education Edition available for iPad for the first time. Designed for ages K-12, the special edition features over 400 lesson plans, assessment features, and much more.

Previously teased last month, Microsoft has now made its popular Minecraft: Education Edition available globally for iPad.

Schools will need a Microsoft 365 licensing agreement to get access to Minecraft: Education Edition, which is available from the App Store now.

Microsoft offers a slew of tutorials and other free resources on how to implement and best use the education edition in the classroom.

For teachers who aren’t sure if their school is set up to use Minecraft: Education Edition, Apple recommends getting in touch with their IT administrator.

The game’s release notes share more details about the special education edition:

DESIGNED FOR CLASSROOMS EVERYWHERE

SPECIAL LESSONS & WORLDS

WHAT IS MINECRAFT?


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