About App Inventor 2
MIT App Inventor 2 has a drag-and-drop visual programming interface that allows everyone to build fully functional apps for Android. A drag-and-drop, or blocks-based, interface allow students to spend more time learning programming concepts and building up applications versus when they learn programming in text-based environments.
With more people moving away from the laptop and spending more time on their smartphones, it gives students a great advantage for having the skills and knowledge on app building. This workshop seeks to build up students’ computational thinking skills and harness their creativity in creating fully functional applications for the smartphones. The beginner workshop focuses on introducing how App Inventor works and covers basic programming concepts. Students will put together a final project using knowledge they have learnt in this workshop.
App Inventor (Intermediate) Coding Workshop
App Inventor (Intermediate)
App Inventor (Intermediate) workshop focuses on introducing software planning & development process to students to acquaint them with how mobile apps are created. More advanced features will also be introduced to students during this workshop.
- Explore deeper with App Inventor 2
- Introduction to Software Planning & Development Process
- Learn to use GPS location and Google map
- Store and access data in database
- Building your own app!
Date: 26, 27 & 28 Dec 2018
Time: 9am – 12pm
Cost: $320 per participant for the 3-day workshop
This workshop is suitable for kids age 11 – 14.
Prerequisite: Completed App Inventor (Beginner) Coding Workshop. (Students below 11 years old and have completed Scratch (Intermediate) Coding Workshop & App Inventor (Beginner) Coding Workshop with us may join this class.)
Learning Chapters Education Hub
116 Bishan Street 12 #02-34 Singapore 570116
All students are encouraged to bring their own laptop for class. Limited sets of laptops will be available for loan to students during the lesson.
About the Instructor
This workshop is taught by Mr Benson Lim, a Computer Engineering graduate from the National University of Singapore (NUS). He is a former NIE-trained teacher who has taught computer applications in a secondary school. Benson was also the Subject Head of Infocomm Technology (ICT) in his school. Equipped with the knowledge and experience, in both technical and curriculum, the contents of the workshop are carefully crafted by him for your child.
Only limited seats are available for the workshop. Hurry and sign up with us now!