Inspire your pupils with real-world coding challenges

I recently wrote an article for Lego's hub on the TES website about how coding challenges can be used to inspire your pupils and the importance of placing them within a real-world context. A great way to help your pupils understand the relevance and importance of coding is through the use of competitions. There are... Continue Reading →

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Have a Kodu Game Design Day

Kodu Code Help Booklet Kodu Challenge Cards A great way to engage pupils, if you have the opportunity, is to have a ‘Kodu Day’ or a ‘Game Design Day’. Pupils are able to quickly develop their skills and over the course of a day can create a game. You may want to do this in... Continue Reading →

Kodu as a storytelling device: an example with Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo

Chapter 9: Create an animation or mini -game to explain the events of the chapter. They could include: ·         Playing football with Kensuke and the orangutans ·         Saving baby turtles by chasing away the birds and carrying turtles to the sea Download Kodu file here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gob1071payi2rqh/Kensuke%27s%20Kingdom%20Chapter%209%2C%20by%20%40KoduClassroom.Kodu?dl=0 Firstly, I would build my world. It would need... Continue Reading →

Teaching Kodu Basics

Here are some ideas about how you could deliver the basics of Kodu: Kodu Planning Overview Kodu Challenge Cards Kodu Code Help Booklet  Skills table Game Ideas Game World Design Character development Story planning Top Trumps front and back

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