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Schools are doing some amazing things with Kodu and the new computing curriculum. We wanted to celebrate those schools that are developing their computing curriculum and involving Kodu. Today we are announcing the the Kodu School Award in the UK, to recognise and promote the use of Kodu in Schools.
We live in a time where we can imagine the impossible and make it probable. Hello and welcome to the 2015 Imagine Make It Happen Event! This unique event brings together influential tech speakers, students and start-ups redefining the rules to make their dreams a reality.
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 from 09:30 to 18:00 London
Many of us have never seen the Maga Carta. Yet it is one of the most famous documents in the world. Originally issued by King John of England as a practical solution to the political crisis he faced in 1215, Magna Carta established for the first time the principle that everybody, including the king, was subject to the law - http://www.bl.uk/collection-items/magna-carta-1215
With Skype with its real time translation feature - http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/30504264 and other software that offer translation into language and even Klingon. Is there a need to teach languages in schools?
This week I am looking at Photo apps, of which there are a plethora in the Windows Store. Working on a Tablet device needs an app that doesn’t require lots of computing power, to make simple edits and apply effects.
So we would like to invite you to complete a simple survey asking you your thoughts about Kodu and our KoduKup UK..
Click this link to complete the survey. http://kodukup.questionpro.com/
Ross is a typical 14 year old, opinionated and self assured about the things he knows about. So I have challenged him to share his thoughts and ideas on this blog. The question for you as teachers is, ‘What are your students thinking’
Students at the the Tai Centre in Tonypandy , South Wales never do anything by halves. Challenged by their Teacher Cath Wickes, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, to be the first students to submit a game in the Kodu Kup UK competiton