Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Tessa Gray
    App development in the classroom
    26 July
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    If you missed the webinar hosted last term by Enabling e-Learning, you won't want to miss out on the webinar recording and resources. Brendon Anderson from Frankley School did an excellent job sharing the processes his students undertake to: think of themes and local needs, imagine what kind of app they will will produce to address those needs, the wireframe design of that app, building using programmes like MIT App Inventor 2, prototyping, testing and producing for the marketplace. 

    With a strong emphasis on effective pedagogies that drive learning, Key Competencies, digital technologies in the Technology Learning area and design-thinking, it's clear to see how app design and development in the classroom is enabling Brendon's students to be savvy app developers and 'mini professionals' in their field. For more see the original post, App development in the classroom (Enabling e-Learning in the VLN)

    Any questions come to mind after seeing this process in action?

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