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App Inventor Starter Curricula
If you are interested in bringing MIT App Inventor to your school or organization, the following curricula are a great way to do so. While we have several curricula among our other resources, we wish to highlight these for their breadth in covering the capabilities of App Inventor.
- How To Create 16 million Colors! MakeColors - create custom colors
- Curso de Desarrollo de Aplicaciones Móviles con App Inventor Curso de App Inventor online en la plataforma Udemy totalmente en español. 164 clases. 24 horas. Paso a paso. 27 aplicaciones. Curso completo que cubre: animaciones, medios, sensores, bases de datos, componentes sociales, webs, etc.
- Beginner Video Tutorials Beginner-friendly tutorials that are suitable for just starting out with App Inventor. The tutorials would be useful for events like the Hour of Code, where students could create an app within a limited amount of time.
- Teaching App Creation with MIT App Inventor This six unit course enables adults (mostly teachers) taking the course to work with students to build apps using App Inventor in a variety of potentially interdisciplinary settings. Its original purpose was to support Verizon App Challenge teams who want to complete their app.
- Tutorial – The Tower of Hanoi This tutorial is for advanced learners who want to explore the power of MIT App Inventor to create a complex and complicated Android game app, the Town Of Hanoi.
- Paintpot App-building Exam A GCSE Computing Assessment from England that tests students’ abilities to build the Paintpot app from a tutorial and answer general questions about computer science.
- Mobile CSP Curriculum An AP course on mobile computer science programming offered to high school students in the United States. The curriculum, videos, and other materials can be found on the website.
- MIT Course: 6.S198, Mobile App Development A semester-long advanced course taught at MIT on app development. Students begin the first half of the class with App Inventor and learn Android App Developer (Java) during the rest of the semester.
- Middle School Course Approval Framework An example form that a middle school teacher filled out to propose her new Mobile Apps course.
- Learning App Inventor book Twelve free "tutorials" from the book, "Learning App Inventor." Tutorials introduce computer science concepts like variables and databases instead of walking students through making a specific app.