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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Kodu Kup UK–the pictures say it all

    If you are still unsure why Computing should be in the ICT curriculum, then check out this video of our Kodu Kup UK Final, it will change your mind. Kodu Kup UK Final–A great day Kodu Kup UK VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
  • Blog Post: Kodu Kup UK 2013 - Enter today

    Download the Teacher Guide here - http://www.slideshare.net/Microsofteduk/kodu-kup-teachers-pack-16335500 Kodu is a visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone. Developed by Microsoft Research, the programming...
  • Blog Post: It's spring again , so it must be time for Easter Camp – Free training for teachers

    After the great success of previous training Camps, we will be running another Easter Camp this year – this is an open invitation to all of you reading this blog to apply. So if you have time this Easter, perhaps your plans for other events and holidays have not materialised and you still want...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft UK Partners in Learning Forum–Additional Workshop–Skype in the Classroom

    We are pleased to announce that we have been able to add an extra workshop to the the fantastic list of professional development opportunities at this year’s Forum. Bringing classrooms together with Skype Ever wanted to collaborate with other teachers, classes and experts around the world...
  • Blog Post: More Free Stuff From Microsoft #5 – Kodu.

    Games have long been used in class to engage and enthuse learners, from bingo to the latest TV game show format to the use of the latest gaming consoles to provide interesting contexts for learning, including descriptive writing, databases and problem solving. Kodu goes a step further and allows learners...
  • Blog Post: UK Innovative Education Forum 2010 Workshops–Building games in the Classroom with Kodu

    Nicki Maddams is an ICT teacher and SSAT Lead Practitioner at Hartsdown Technology College in Margate, Kent. She describes herself on her blog as ‘slightly geeky’. You can find out if this true by attending her workshop (workshop 6 on the registration form ) at the UK Innovative Education...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the UK Microsoft Innovative Education Forum

    The 7th Microsoft Innovative Education Forum is a one-day conference, free of charge to all teachers and educators who wish to attend and will look to address the theme of ‘Connecting Learners, Connecting Teachers.’ This forum connects Teachers with Teachers, Educators with Educators,...
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