(using App Inventor from MIT)
- Science - Understanding Structures and Mechanisms: Systems in Action
- Math - Patterning and Algebra, Data Management and Probalility
- program emphasizes respect, responsibility, teamwork, perseverance and co-operation
Ever wanted to create your own mobile app? It's easy with the App Inventor online tools from MIT - everything is done right in your browser! Students can use their AW Google account to log in, create and package their Android apps (iOS apps are not supported at the moment, but is in development).
Students spend the morning developing logic sequencing skills with hands on activities. These new skills allow them to build some practice apps. In the afternoon, the focus will be on "learning to find your own answers", so they can continue to build apps on their own. Students will build their app in Chrome and then test it (as they work) on our Android devices. Finished apps can be saved and installed on any Android device.
We hope your students become inspired to continue their app building with their own ideas.
If you would like to explore the Help Movies your students will be using during this program click below.
This program does not have an outdoor component.
Program Length: one day (9:30 am - 2:00 pm)
Availability: winter (December to March)
Location: TUSC IT Lab
This program takes place in the TUSC IT Lab at Danforth CTI and will become available once operational procedures allow.
Fee: Please find information on the fee structure here.
User fees help ensure the continuation of these learning experiences through partial cost recovery; fee schedule reflect rates subsidized by the Toronto District School Board.
TTC: each student requires 2 TTC tickets
Maximum: 30 students