How to install add-ons for Minecraft Education Edition

Minecraft: Education Edition is not just another version of the blocky game that has become known as one of the most popular titles out there. Unlike its siblings Java and Bedrock, this version aims to provide students with a learning environment in which to play with other classmates. While there are many built-in lessons for students, teachers can customize the experience by using add-ons. Like mods in the other versions, add-ons can change the game for the kids. How to install add-ons in Minecraft: Education Edition.

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How to add and use add-ons in Minecraft: Education Edition

If you have programming experience, you can create your own mods for Minecraft: Education Edition. If so, we recommend checking out the Minecraft Creator Learning Portal and Lessons page to figure out this process. For anyone looking to add already created content to the game, read on.

You can find downloads for various add-ons all over the internet. MCPEDL is one of our recommended sites to check out. Keep in mind that these add-ons were developed for Bedrock, so test them after installing them to make sure they work. Even if you try to access these pages on a school computer, they are likely to be blocked. In this case, we recommend downloading them from a PC and transferring them to the school computer. If you find something to bring with you, download the file and then launch Minecraft: Education Edition.

After logging into Minecraft, press the import button at the bottom right of the main menu. Locate the downloaded item and click OK. If the add-on you downloaded is working properly, it should now appear in-game. This content is usually based on cosmetics, so you will probably find new skins for your students’ characters or new different blocks. How to install add-ons for Minecraft Education Edition

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