Minecraft Education Edition is a unique version of Minecraft based on Bedrock Edition and is the accepted learning environment for students in schools in many countries. This version has many advantages that makes it easier to work in the classroom. This is a simple connection of students and their joint work on common projects, and the ability for teachers to easily create NPCs to train students. But what about the installation of mods? Let’s figure it out.
How to Install Mods for Minecraft Education Edition
The first and most important thing you need to know is that mods in Minecraft Education Edition can be installed. This is easy enough to do, although this process is slightly different from other versions, but for some, it may seem even easier.
The easiest way to install mods for Minecraft Education Edition:
- Use the mod library, which is located on the Minecraft Education Edition servers.
- After choosing your version of Minecraft, the site itself will provide you with the necessary versions of those mods that you have chosen.
- After that, you need to start the game and go to the Import tab.
- After clicking the “Import” button, Windows Explorer will open.
- Next, you need to go to “Downloads” or another place where you downloaded the necessary modifications and select the ones that you want to download to Minecraft.
- After that, you need to click “OK.” Next, you need to wait a bit and in some cases restart the game, after which the mods will be added and you can use them in the game.
You can download mods from other sites, and the choice of available modifications can be much larger. But in this case, you will need to select the correct version of the mod for your version of Minecraft yourself. Otherwise, the process of installing the mod will not be any different from the one we described above.
In the end, we want to add that if your primary goal is to play a game with mods, then the Minecraft Education Edition is the worst choice since the number of available modifications is significantly inferior to the Java Edition and Bedrock Edition. But if your goal is only to dilute and decorate the learning process with the help of mods, then the Education Edition is what you need.