Kids Improve Reading and STEM Skills with Microsoft Kodu


Kodu was announced last year at the CES 2009 Conference where Robbie Bach and Sparrow, a middle school student, demonstrated a game she developed in Kodu. Today, Microsoft is expanding Kodu beyond the XBOX and offering the programming language for the PC platform.

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Students can use Kodu on their classroom, lab, or laptop PC to develop games that allow them to explore cross-group collaboration, project-based learning, reading, math, and science.  Check out the video below on how one Detroit classroom is using Kodu.

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