Top 5 Exclusive Features to Try in Minecraft Education Edition

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Top 5 Exclusive Features to Try in Minecraft Education Edition

Minecraft Education Edition is a minor version of Bedrock Edition and focuses on teaching players various things in a fun and interactive way. It is sold as a completely different title and has a lot of exclusive items and blocks that no other version of the game has.

Some of these features they are extremely fascinating to interact with as they can feel fresh to regular Minecraft players. Also, players can play with the exclusive features if the ‘Educational Edition’ option is activated in Bedrock Edition. If Java Edition players want the same experience, they will have to look for some mods that can add these features.

Note: This ranked list is subjective and reflects the author’s opinion only. There are many other exclusive features in the Education Edition.


Top 5 Exclusive Features of Minecraft Education Edition, Ranked

5) Classroom mode

Classroom Mode is a companion app for the Education Edition that adds various features (Image via Sportskeeda)
Classroom Mode is a companion app for the Education Edition that adds various features (Image via Sportskeeda)

Classroom Mode for Minecraft is a companion app that essentially works with the Education Edition. It can be used to access a range of features specially designed to interact with students who are out in the world, host a multiplayer server, and even chat with everyone.

The dialog for this feature will display an aerial map of the world, the players that are connected to the multiplayer server, and a chat box. Classroom mode is available exclusively for this particular game edition.


4) Camera

The camera is an extremely unique feature in Minecraft Education Edition (Image via Mojang)
The camera is an extremely unique feature in Minecraft Education Edition (Image via Mojang)

The camera is basically a function capable of capturing and storing images from the game. It can only be obtained through the creative inventory in the Education Edition. When using it from your own inventory, capture screenshots in first person.

The real fun of using the camera, though, is positioning it and capturing third-person footage. You can even track a player as they move and take close-ups of items. All these images are stored in the form of a portfolio in the game.


3) Agent

Agent is a helper mob that team players code in Minecraft Education Edition (Image via Mojang)
Agent is a helper mob that team players code in Minecraft Education Edition (Image via Mojang)

On worlds that are connected to the WebSocket server, a special mob called Agent can be used as a helper. This cute entity will help users learn to code by performing certain actions through the code that users enter into it.

For example, agents can be programmed to perform various tasks such as planting, harvesting, mining, felling trees, and even building. The WebSocket server connection is important as it brings AI functionalities to the mob.


2) Submarine TNT

Comparison of underwater TNT to regular TNT in Minecraft (Image via Mojang)
Comparison of underwater TNT to regular TNT in Minecraft (Image via Mojang)

In simple terms, a submarine tnt is a block that can be used by the player to start a controlled explosion underwater. In Education Edition, these blocks can be made by combining the element Sodium with regular TNT. They are aquamarine in color and do not have “TNT” written on them.

They can be activated in the same way as the regular variant. However, underwater TNT has a delayed detonation rate and can also destroy blocks submerged in water. That said, it doesn’t work on lava.


1) balloon

Globe in Minecraft Education Edition is the best feature (Image via Mojang)
Globe in Minecraft Education Edition is the best feature (Image via Mojang)

balloons they are exclusive items that float up when placed. They are made with six latex beakers, dye, helium, and lead. Players can have a lot of fun with them.

When attached to mobs with low mass, the entities will continue to float up with the balloon. In addition, they can also be used as decorative objects on fences or walls. When shot with an arrow or hit with any object or hand, the balloon will simply burst and won’t drop anything.

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Edited by Soumyadyuti Ghosh


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