MCreator for Education and STEM workshops

MCreator is an excellent tool to engage the interest for programming and computers in children and teenagers.

MCreator Minecraft Mod Maker is an excellent tool to engage the interest in programming and computers in children and teenagers. With MCreator, they can learn basic concepts of programming in both visual in the actual coding way. MCreator is good for this purpose as it provides immediate results and provides limitless options and makes learning fun and interesting thing while maintaining its main purpose; to educate.

The proof of these claims is countless workshops for children and teenagers that use MCreator as their learning tool. MCreator offers enchantment to existing possibilities for education inside Minecraft. Some of the options on what to do with MCreator are:


What existing users tell about MCreator for education:

When I found MCreator, I instantly saw the potential it had for teaching students. Minecraft was already a well known gateway to learning coding, since the kids who played it wanted to know how to manipulate the game and create things of their own. But many kids didn't like typing code, they couldn't understand it, or they didn't have the patience. After all, many fans of Minecraft tend to be young kids. So with MCreator, they could still make the kids they wanted to, but see what they were doing. It was easier. But what's even better, is the kids learn aspects of coding. They begin to understand how the game works, so if they start using the code, it'd make more sense to them. MCreator also allows you to edit your mods in programs for coding like Eclipse, so the students could problem solve and learn the ways of code while doing so. MCreator opened doors for many of my students, and has given them an incredible way to learn about code and game design, while playing the game they love so much.

Connor, organizer of small after-school STEM program called Robotics

My smallest child, who was unable to read without help 1 month ago, has watched a couple of YouTube videos and is now creating and compiling java code that has worked on the first attempt. That is one slick IDE experience the team at Pylo have put together with MCreator

John Edwards at Twitter

Arduino and Raspberry Pi support

We have developed a system to connect Minecraft mods with hardware devices such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi. The installation is very simple (library in Arduino library manager and one line Raspberry Pi install command) and provides out of the box integration with our mod maker MCreator.

Minecraft Link

The system is called MCreator Link. It can be used to enhance the development experience. With MCreator Link, STEM workshops can connect Minecraft, programming, crafting and platforms such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi in one great learning experience for kids and students.

MCreator workshops

There are many workshops and summer camps/schools that provide some classes on how to make Minecraft mods with MCreator.

MCreator's workshop held by Sandbox4Kids. Students learning Minecraft modding and Java programming using MCreator.MCreator's workshop held by Sandbox4Kids. There are many Java programming workshops that fucus on Minecraft and use MCreator as a learning tool.
Images provided by Sandbox4Kids

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If you would like to use MCreator as a part of your course, summer camp or a STEM workshop, don't hesitate to contact us! We can deal to promote your workshop or camp, give you tips or ideas, and help you with understanding MCreator's functions that can be used for educational purposes.

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