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Educators around the world use Minecraft: Education Edition to engage students across subjects. Learn how Minecraft ignites learning in K-12 and higher education.
Northern Ireland schools use Minecraft: Education Edition to teach STEM across the curriculum.
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PaRK International School Uses Game-Based Learning to Raise Student Engagement and Achievement
Glenwood High School Uses Minecraft: Education Edition to Teach Real-World Skills
Clemson University Students Learn to Communicate, Create, and Collaborate With 3D Gaming Software
Malaysian School Uses Minecraft: Education Edition to Ignite STEM Learning
Young UAE Learners Acquire Useful 21st Century Skills via Minecraft
John Miller, Middle School English Teacher, California
Many of today's students will work in jobs that don't yet exist. Educators are working hard to equip their students with the skills to meet this challenge. See how Minecraft: Education Edition drives 21st century learning in these research studies.
A 2017 study of elementary students using Minecraft in school found significant improvements in creativity, collaboration, problem-solving, and computational thinking skills.
of teachers surveyed cited problem-solving as the top skill their students learn from Minecraft.
The Microsoft Class of 2030 research revealed that future-ready students will need more than tech skills to succeed. Teachers in 11 countries cited collaboration, decision-making, and communication as top skills cultivated by Minecraft.
of jobs in growth industries require soft skills, those fostered by social and emotional learning (SEL).
This 2018 paper analyzes how Minecraft supports social-emotional and STEM learning in Quebec schools. Students demonstrated creativity, higher levels of engagement, and teamwork.
of students learning with Minecraft used coding to advance to higher levels.
In a study by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, teachers reported that games like Minecraft led to improvement in computational thinking. This matters when 58% of STEM jobs are in computing, but only 8% of STEM graduates study computer science.
of teachers using digital games reported improvement in student numeracy and computational thinking.
Jeff Terry, Chief Information Officer, Roanoke Schools, Virginia
Kids in classrooms are exploring a new virtual city – it's a mini Melbourne!
Microsoft teams up with UNESCO and kids to revive lost monuments with Minecraft
Mining lessons from the blockbuster game Minecraft
Take a look at some of the growing list of partners who help make Minecraft: Education Edition such a success:
and learn how they're using Minecraft in their school.