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Now Exploring Minecraft Education for my Students

ah. a selfie in Minecraft

For the past few years, I have been slowly but surely making money from non-coding tutoring. I believe, Minecraft, will become my one more noncoding revenue generating thing.

It is my belief that, one of the many reasons I am good, or half good, at software development and freelancing, is my lifelong exposure to interactive entertainment.

In other, simple words, video gaming.

The very first game I ever played, was the DOS game, “Brick”. You simply use the arrow keys to move the brick at the bottom of the screen. There is a ball roaming around. you don’t let it fall to the bottom of the screen. The ball will bounce up from the brick, hitting the lined up static bricks at the top of the screen.

I was good in it.

Later, my abusive father purchased these Nintendo clone TV consoles. Contra. Mario.

And then, years later, on PC. Tomb Raider. Commandos. Such good memories.

ah, Lara Croft is so hot, let me put one more artwork of her. For the sake of my teenage memory's sake.

And, of course, once I became an adult, and started earning money, I was able to buy Xbox, PS4. As I type, I own three high end gaming PCs. Spending my time on everything from Warzone to Fortnite.

For some time now, I have been hearing about Minecraft being used in Education. Unfortunately, Thanks to a lot of bad stuff happening in my life, since the start of the pandemic, I was unable to invest in Minecraft.

Now, I found another possible opportunity to give Minecraft a spin. So, I decided to go to the Minecraft Education site.

Purchased the license. Fortunately, I already had a Organization account. It’s an odd requirement but that’s just how Microsoft wants it for Minecraft.

Next, I headed over the Minecraft learn site. Got myself certified.

Then, jumped into a few readymade chapters, and practiced a few Minecraft sessions. I can see why, it is sort of a big deal.

I am only now begin this journey to become a Minecraft Tutor, but, I think, I just might pull this off. I see a lot of potential in being able to use this with my existing and future clients.

I work as a full-time freelance coding tutor. Hire me at UpWork or Fiverr or Stack Overflow or GitHub. see my personal website. see my photography art hobby at Behance and Unsplash and ArtStation. Also, podcast about life. podcast about movies. and Twitch. and YouTube Channel. If you are a student, join my discord server.



I have been tutoring for a while now. I write some quick tips, tutorials and related topics here.

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