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AppJamming II: Apps for the Community

Course Description

The AppJamming II course aims to empower students to solve real world problems using technology. Through programming functional apps and mobile games, students review the fundamental computer science concepts and delve deeper into more advanced concepts: lists, loops and object-oriented programming. Throughout the course, students learn to decompose problems, research independently as well as plan out and manage their projects. At the end of the course, students will be encouraged and supported to design and program an app that solves a real world problem with the Design Thinking mindset.

Course Highlights

Session Breakdown

  • Session 1: Review of Programming with AppInventor

  • Session 2-5 : Intermediate Data Structures & Loops

  • Session 5-7 : Object-Oriented Programming & App Integration

  • Session 8-9: Design Thinking & Programming Custom App

What You'll Need: 

  • Laptop (Windows/Mac)

  • A Google account for saving AppInventor projects.

  • [Optional] An Android device (if applicable, please download and install MIT AI2 Companion)

Term: 2019 September Term (Sep-Nov) / 9 Weeks

Program Dates: September 16 - Nov 18, 2019

Location Day Time
Stamford Sat 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Stamford Tue 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM