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Do you have minecraft in your school?

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created 03/23/2019 8:17 pm by aghostess
last reply 03/26/2019 7:20 pm
I done a bit of research in this apparently minecraft is great for kids and adults alike for schooling .
because it teaches them to create designs and generate ideas for further projects.
do They teach you minecraft atyour school as a kid or did you just get into minecraft yourself?
I am an adult and I still about to attend school for my career purposes.
but will minecraft be taught in my school for creative designs?

I would enjoy doing a media presentation with minecraft.
But tell me have you ever sat down as a kid whether you were a kid or younger and they taught you minecraft or are you currently a kid and learning about minecraft at home and at school?

my cousins kids are at a school who don’t teach them minecraft unfortunately.
But I always play minecraft with my second cousins as they are currently in grade 8 and 4 .

we built this massive world on my three year world.
we did not go for a simple design we went for a complex design on our world.

simple design is your own casual way of learning how to build in minecraft like simple houses and homes and etc.

complex design is building larger things like complexes,moats and large retaining walls.

have they taught you this? Types of design.
because there many different types of designs that we do not know about.

but some schools unfortunately don’t teach you anything on minecraft which is a shame.
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aghostess
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03/26/2019 7:20 pm
Level 2 : Apprentice Modder
mosquitobrain
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Nope! New York is cheap a**
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03/25/2019 6:09 pm
Level 55 : Grandmaster Pixel Painter
Pangamma
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I could see minecraft being a super useful learning tool. Could even be used to teach a second language, if you set up a translation plugin and you mix in students from two different language backgrounds. https://www.planetminecraft.com/blog/a-project-to-cross-language-barriers-in-minecraft/
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03/25/2019 2:24 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Unicorn
ThatBroadwayDoggo_
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I'm a homeschooler and i have MC on my computer which is in my home which is my school... So yes
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03/25/2019 2:09 pm
Level 26 : Expert Miner
raigoo
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haha, Minecraft for adults, kids prefer to play Call of Duty or CS-GO
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03/25/2019 1:03 pm
Level 16 : Journeyman Architect
TheArchitect1995
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I briefly had it for a stint in college, but only because someone I knew brought it in on a USB drive which he then installed on our computers
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03/25/2019 10:46 am
Level 12 : Journeyman Toast
Boriedashi
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I wish it had minecraft
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03/23/2019 8:57 pm
Level 5 : Apprentice Dragon
Iciatt_
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nope, haha I'm a highschooler, nearly in college,,
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03/23/2019 8:55 pm
Level 30 : Artisan Demolitionist
busterdogtnt
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We use education edition at my school, but it stinks.
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03/23/2019 8:39 pm
Level 20 : Expert Dragon
xia
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when i did attend school - we did not have it in school, i got myself into it.
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03/23/2019 8:47 pm
Level 20 : Expert Explorer
aghostess
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cool! Minecraft helps to generate further idea’s with creative design.
This is why It is educational.

glad you got into minecraft yourself.

but there are many other ways we can discover minecraft.

I just bought minecraft at the shelf.
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03/23/2019 9:33 pm
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xia
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i agree - i feel minecraft can be quite educational when used correctly.
maybe one day schools will allow it for those learning purposes.

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