Coding in Minecraft consists of four credentials with supporting curriculum, Delivered through Minecraft Education and hosted on Azure.
Coding in Minecraft
Minecraft is the best-selling video game of all time, and 51% of U.S. children age 9 to 11 play it. Coding in Minecraft leverages that familiarity to help students learn the basics of coding through a teacher-facilitated program (read: you don’t have to be a coding expert). earners are taught basic coding concepts as they navigate through the familiar world of Microsoft’s Minecraft: Education Edition.
Students can easily:
- Collaborate with other students
- Prove their knowledge with evidence-based credentials
Coding in Minecraft includes:
- A Minecraft world
- Curriculum (aligns with CSTA)
- Evidence-based micro-credentials
- Lesson Plans
- Course Outlines
- Onboarding webinars
- Professional Development is available (at an additional cost)
Coding in Minecraft’s Capstone credential covers the learning objectives from all 3 credentials and can be achieved by passing a proctored Capstone exam. For more
information on the the Capstone Credential exam click here.
Perfect transition to coding certifications
Students who complete the advanced course are prime candidates to continue in their learning and earn industry-recognized certifications such as IT Specialist Certification,
Unity Certified User or App Development with Swift.
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