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Creating Minecraft:EE maps without an education accountt

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  • Andrew L Support Team
    Expert (Gold)

    Hi there Gijs Vennix. Minecraft: Education Edition requires an Office 365 Education account. Determination of eligibility for obtaining an Office 365 Education account is managed by the Office 365 Education team. We do not have influence or visibility into the qualifications or process. If you have any questions about this process, contact the Office 365 Education team:

    https://support.office.com/en-us/education

    I hope this helps!

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  • Gijs Vennix

    Hello Andrew L,

    Thank you for your swift response, I will contact the Office 365 Education team to explore the possibilities.

    Just wonder though, are all those downloadable lessons found here created by teachers or something? Is it possible to contribute lessons for 'regular' people?

     

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  • Andrew L Support Team
    Expert (Gold)

    Hi there Gijs Vennix. The lessons on the site are submitted by some of our mentors. To contribute to these lessons, people must first become a mentor and make sure their lessons follow the steps on the site below:

    https://educommunity.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/articles/360047555411-Minecraft-Education-Edition-Lesson-Plans-

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  • Jack Roberts

    I've had some success creating resources outside of MCEE by using the Retail Java version of Minceraft, creating the world I want to set my lesson in, then converting the Java edition world to a Bedrock edition world using a third-party MBT editor. I found doing that I was then able to import these worlds into the Education Edition. Downside to that though was it required a Retail license. Furthermore you wouldn't be able to create any worlds that use Education-only blocks and items.

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