Microsoft is releasing a fresh new update for its Minecraft: Education Edition. This new update introduces new features for teachers like an updated user interface for managing in-game settings, Global Pause to take a quick break to transition to a new activity, accessibility features like text to speech for in-game chat and more.
Additionally, Microsoft has also expanded the Minecraft Mentor program which includes 60 Global Minecraft Mentors representing 18 countries around the world, to help educators with their Minecraft journey in education.
Plus, Educators now have the ability to upload and share Minecraft worlds with the community, since the Microsoft’s docs.com platform now natively supports .mcworld files.
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