Here’s a quick tutorial on how to import mods into Minecraft Education Edition. This will allow you to use some of the great mods that have been created for the education community.
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Welcome to our guide on how to import mods into Minecraft Education Edition. This process is relatively simple, but can be confusing for those who are not familiar with it. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps need to properly import mods into Minecraft Education Edition.
Before you can import mods into Minecraft: Education Edition, you will need to:
Gather Your Mods
Before you begin, you will need to have the following items gather. You may not need all of these items, but it is best to have them on hand in case you do.
-A computer with an internet connection
-A USB flash drive (8GB or larger)
-A Minecraft account
-The Minecraft Education Edition app
Creating a Mods Folder
In order to install modifications (“mods” for short) for Minecraft: Education Edition, you will need to create a new folder. This is where all of the files for the mods you install will be stored.
To do this, open Finder and press Command+Shift+N to create a new folder.
You can name this folder anything you like, but for the purposes of this guide we will call it “Mods”. Once you have created the folder, open it up and then close Finder.
Import Your Mods
You’ve downloaded a mod for Minecraft Education Edition, and now you want to know how to import it so you can start using it in your game. Thankfully, importing mods into MEE is a pretty straightforward process. In this article, we’ll show you how to do it.
Locate Your Mods Folder
The first thing you need to do is locate the folder that contains your Minecraft mods. For Windows users, this is usually stored in the following directory:
If you can’t find the AppData folder, it may be hidden. To show hidden files and folders:
1) Open File Explorer from the taskbar or the Start menu, or press the Windows logo key + E.
2) Select View > Options > Change folder and search options.
3) Select the View tab and, in Advanced settings, select Show hidden files, folders and drives and OK.
Importing Mods on Windows
1. Find the directory where Minecraft stores its files. The default location is:
2. Open the “mods” folder. If it does not exist, create it.
3. Place the downloaded file in the mods folder.
4. Run Minecraft and click the “Mods” button.
5. Select the imported mod from the list and click “Done”.
Importing Mods on Mac
To import mods on Mac, first open Finder. Then, go to “Library” in the sidebar. Next, open the “Application Support” folder. After that, open “Minecraft.” Finally, open the “Mods” folder. If this folder does not exist, create it. Now, you can copy and paste your mods into this folder.
In conclusion, importing mods into Minecraft Education Edition is a simple process that can be accomplished by following the steps outlined in this article. With a little bit of effort, you can greatly expand the possibilities of what can be accomplished in the game.