Microsoft is running a series of after-school workshops to learn about using Minecraft: Education Edition.
“Educators around the world are working hard to equip their students with skills to meet this challenge,” said Microsoft’s Otako Kaufusi. “Minecraft: Education Edition is a powerful tool you can use to engage students and ignite their passion for learning while building 21st century skills. Join us for an after-school workshop that will enable you to leverage Minecraft Education as a vehicle for learning in your classroom with this hands-on introductory session.”
And that’s not all, those participating will be among the first in the world to explore the new Minecraft world of Nga- Motu.
No prior Minecraft experience is necessary but you’ll need Minecraft: Education Edition installed – it’s free to download at aka.ms/download. Workshops run 4-6pm and will be held at various locations around the country, from Kerikeri High School on 16 September to St Andrews College on 12 November.
Find out more and book at aka.ms/nzminecraftedu