UK finalists getting closer to the European adventure!
We are pleased to announce this year’s overall champions for the UK KoduKup, Uppingham Community College. The overall champions were chosen from the four main categories: Primary School Kodu Champions, Secondary School Kodu Champions, The Queen of Kodu award and The Judges Award. The UK Kodu Kup Champions are invited to compete in the KoduKup Europe in Brussels later in the year.
Norwegian final of Kodu Kup
Congratulations to the Kodu Kup Europe finalists from Norway! The title of Kodu Master, the main prize and Norway's representation in the European finals, went to Ole Lassesen Ekern and Kristoffer Moe Lundquist.
Over a hundred people gathered to witness the selection of the country's youngest promising game designers at the Kongsberg Maritime technology park, high-tech castle. The final was opened by Kongsber's mayor Vidar Lande and offered the opportunity to share how Kodu is a key component of the European effort for e-skills citizens.
The finalist team is now invited to a Coding Camp held at Microsoft Innovation Center in Brussels in October 2014 - during the European Coding Week - where the European winner will be awarded.
13 May 2014, Join the Free Webinar on Kodu
Save the date: 13 May 2014 - 4.00 pm CET - Time for coding in your class!
Kodu Kup Europe invites you to a crash course on Kodu with our expert from UK Mr Stuart Ball (@innovativeteach) to learn more about the new competition and in general to get started with Kodu:
All this and more in Kodu...
If you are interested in joining this webinar, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
29 April 2014, Kodu Kup Europe event launch. Microsoft Innovation Center in Brussels.
Kodu experts from UK, Norway and Portugal have met Belgian students and teachers, institutions and representatives of the gaming industry in Europe, to discuss the impact of games in education and in society, and to discover together the Kodu community.
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