MIT App Inventor with Codeyoung

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Age Group:Grade 1 - 5
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Course Medium:Online Classes
Subject:STEM
No of Classes:48

Make interesting apps while using MIT App Inventor and learning Problem Solving and Logic.

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Make interesting apps while using MIT App Inventor and learning Problem Solving and Logic.

MIT App Inventor

MIT App Inventor is an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone even children to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets.

Blocks-based coding programs inspire intellectual and creative empowerment. MIT App Inventor goes beyond this to provide real empowerment for kids to make a difference.

MIT App Inventor is an online platform designed to teach computational thinking concepts through the development of mobile applications.

Students create applications by dragging and dropping components into a design view and using a visual blocks language to program application behavior MIT App Inventor.


Sessions

Topics covered

Session 1-8

  • Introduction to MIT App Inventor

  • Variables and conditionals

  • Design and list components

  • Password & notifier components

Session 9-16

  • Media components

  • Translator component

  • Introduction to Canvas

  • Introduction to animations

Session 17-24

  • Time controlled events

  • Introduction to sensors

  • Using multiple screens

  • Introduction to TinyDB

Session 25-32

  • Introduction to File

  • sprite animations

  • Cloud database

  • Introduction to maps

Session 33-40

  • Marker component

  • Web viewer component

  • Using extension files

  • Emulator for app inventor

Session 41-48

  • Packaging the app

  • Publish the app

  • Self-made project

  • Final Assessment

App Inventor is a blocks-based programming language for building mobile apps. Building apps by selecting components and then telling them what to do and when to do it. Using the Component Designer to select components. Some components are visible on the phone screen and some aren’t. Adding media (sounds and images) to apps by uploading them from your computer. Working in the Blocks Editor to assemble blocks that define the components’ behavior. Testing apps with App Inventor’s live testing. This lets you see how apps will look and behave on the phone step by step, even as you’re building them. Packaging the apps, you build and downloading them to a phone. Students learning the App Inventor course benefit them to develop their computational thinking skills by understanding the variables, events, methods, and properties. The facility of running apps on mobile devices allows the students to experience their own apps as part of an ecosystem they interact with daily. It helps them become producers and change-makers rather than simply consumers.
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For Class / Standard Grade 1 - 5
For Subject STEM
Topics /Chapters Included/Course Content


Sessions

Topics covered

Session 1-8

  • Introduction to MIT App Inventor

  • Variables and conditionals

  • Design and list components

  • Password & notifier components

Session 9-16

  • Media components

  • Translator component

  • Introduction to Canvas

  • Introduction to animations

Session 17-24

  • Time controlled events

  • Introduction to sensors

  • Using multiple screens

  • Introduction to TinyDB

Session 25-32

  • Introduction to File

  • sprite animations

  • Cloud database

  • Introduction to maps

Session 33-40

  • Marker component

  • Web viewer component

  • Using extension files

  • Emulator for app inventor

Session 41-48

  • Packaging the app

  • Publish the app

  • Self-made project

  • Final Assessment

What you will learn App Inventor is a blocks-based programming language for building mobile apps. Building apps by selecting components and then telling them what to do and when to do it. Using the Component Designer to select components. Some components are visible on the phone screen and some aren’t. Adding media (sounds and images) to apps by uploading them from your computer. Working in the Blocks Editor to assemble blocks that define the components’ behavior. Testing apps with App Inventor’s live testing. This lets you see how apps will look and behave on the phone step by step, even as you’re building them. Packaging the apps, you build and downloading them to a phone. Students learning the App Inventor course benefit them to develop their computational thinking skills by understanding the variables, events, methods, and properties. The facility of running apps on mobile devices allows the students to experience their own apps as part of an ecosystem they interact with daily. It helps them become producers and change-makers rather than simply consumers.
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