Code Town Co-Taught Lesson with Minecraft: Education Edition
December 9Free Funded by Minecraft Education
The town mural is missing! Use coding skills to restore it.
Code Town needs your help! The mural was constructed of 9 puzzle pieces that are now scattered throughout the village. Let’s work together to find them all, solving coding challenges along the way.
We invite you and your class to join us as we use our coding skills to retrieve the puzzle pieces, bring them back & place them in the frames to restore the mural.
Inside this 90-minute co-taught lesson on Thursday, December 9th, you and your class will code the Minecraft: Education Edition Agent to solve the 9 challenges using sequencing, loops, while loops, nested loops and conditionals. Talk about putting your coding skills to the test!
We'll be your co-teacher for this coding adventure
New to our co-taught lessons?
Think of us as your guest speaker or co-teacher for this lesson. We’ll join your class, via Teams Live, and facilitate the lesson with you. We’ll show you and your class how to use Minecraft: Education Edition and help if you get stuck!
Teaching in person? Project this lesson on the screen at the front of the classroom!
Teaching virtually? Jump into a video call with your class and share your screen!
Build on your learning from TimeCraft!
This lesson continues our coding adventure from TimeCraft – a journey through time inside Minecraft: Education Edition.
While it’s not a prerequisite for this lesson, we do encourage classes to try it out before joining us for Code Town. Click here to register for the live lesson or receive the recording to use on your own schedule.
Use the ticket options below to register your class. Teacher registration only please!
Can’t make it live? Register for either time below and receive the recording to use when it best fits into your class schedule.
Prior to the lesson, please ensure that Minecraft: Education Edition is downloaded on your student’s devices. Each student will require a Minecraft: Education Edition username and password which are provided by your school district or board. Reach out to your IT team if you’re unsure about your student’s log in information.