Post has attachment
A great way of using an iPad for creating a Kodu world and doing so manually.
 

Post has attachment
This site contains tutorial videos for many aspects of Kodu. It would be a very useful site for teachers and students who are new to Kodu.

Post has attachment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sw8VXjceOIU

This tutorial is a brilliant way to introduce children to Kodu as it shows them how to make their own multi-level space invaders game. This is the first part to creating your first level. You could then go on to expand and adapt this in future lessons. 

Post has attachment
A fun game for children to create and experiment with.

Post has attachment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAaSuV09CXU 
This is another useful video which really explains the tools of the programme and how to use the software.

Post has attachment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-FjskAHgN0 

This talks you through how to use the software and demonstrates it well 

Post has attachment
http://www.slideshare.net/Microsofteduk/single-sessionintro-hr?related=2 
This is a scan of a book that, if read, would help any teacher understand the basics of Kodu before teaching it. 

Post has attachment
This article is on the success of the Kodu Kup competition, which is a European competition where children from different countries compete to defeat an evil robot. The competition is designed to encourage more children to engage with coding and is an excellent way to motivate children to experiment with ICT by adding competition. 

Post has attachment
http://educade.org/lesson_plans/kodu-classroom-kit-math-module 

This is an example of some lesson plans that you could use in a classroom setting with Kodu. 

Post has attachment
https://www.educatornetwork.com/Resources/Tools/Details/ca1b56f2-9382-4d0e-bc9c-ffa54632ba6f

The above link is useful for teachers to understand the benefits of using Kodu to teach programming and other skills in a fun way. 
Wait while more posts are being loaded