Author: Natalie Lao
A tutorial for how to build a mobile app that instructs an EV3 LEGO robot to search for a certain color on a white surface bordered by black. The user can pick one color out of red, green, blue, or yellow for the robot to search.
Online middle school App Inventor curriculum that combines video lessons and units from other sites into 50-minute classes. This curriculum was built as a part of SFUSD’s Computer Science for All Students in SF effort.
A list of the desired specifications for tablets for running App Inventor compiled from the collective intelligence of many CSTA-GreaterBoston Chapter members.
This tutorial lets you make an app that drives around an EV3 LEGO robot by tilting a phone or tablet.
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.
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.
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.
An example form that a middle school teacher filled out to propose her new Mobile Apps course.
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.
Curriculum for a 2-day program to train teachers in App Inventor.