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Computational Thinking Through Mobile Apps 2016

NOTE: We have been flooded with applications. You can still apply but will automatically be put on the waitlist. If we run another workshop we will send you email. We will be sending out accepts very soon

Not an Alice workshop, but we will be running a two-day App Inventor workshop July 19-20, 2016 at Duke University in Durham, NC.

Thanks to funding from IBM, this workshop is free, includes lodging for teachers not in driving distance, include free breakfast and lunch, free parking and contact hours for CEU credits.

This hands-on workshop for teachers enables participants to utilize Computer Science principles by creating mobile apps for the Android platform using App Inventor, a free visual blocks-based programming environment. We will be exploring curricular modules that use mobile app programming to teach Computer Science principles and mobile computing design concepts. We will utilize and create online materials that can be used to provide your students more in-class time to engage in active learning by creating powerful mobile apps in a problem based learning environment.

For Attendees to our workshop, see links to the workshop pages in the column to the right for logistics, presenters, participants, and the workshop schedule.

APPLICATIONS are now CLOSED, the workshop is over.

General Information/Preparation

Click here for information about logistics including lodging, and parking. They are pretty much the same logistics as our Alice Workshop.

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