Students at MIT and Harvard will be teaching the popular game Minecraft in their classrooms in the coming weeks.
The students at MIT, who will teach the game alongside a team of Harvard graduates, have been using the game to explore the world and learn about technology.
They have been working on the game for about a year.
The MIT team plans to work with the MIT Minecraft Club to help students learn to code in Minecraft.
The MIT Minecraft team plans on teaching the game in its classrooms in fall 2018.
The game has been downloaded over 1.3 million times and is being used in educational settings.
“Minecraft is a great way to develop your creativity,” said MIT graduate Andrew Bowers, who is leading the Minecraft team.
“We’re excited to be a part of the MIT community, and to work alongside our peers.”
Students at MIT will be learning how to code, but the team will also work on how to teach the skill in a classroom setting.
In a video about the game, MIT students learn how to use their Minecraft experience to explore a new world, build things, and make friends.
In a video explaining the game’s mechanics, students also talk about how they built a house, a snowman, and a pig.
MIT students are also working on teaching Minecraft to other students at the university.
The team is aiming to teach students how to make objects that can be used in games, such as a house and snowman.