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Tuesday, February 26 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Build your own Hour Of Code activities with AppLab from Code.org

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Learn to use the App Lab programming environment and engage in moldable ‘Hour of Code’ activities for your students to create small programs that will actually run on their iPhone or Android. Students can work on a computer, chromebook or tablet to drag blocks of code to develop apps that perform simple tasks. Such programs include converting between units like gallons to liters, solving a quadratic equation, graphing a line, an interactive history timeline, and others. All activities are designed to be completed in less than an hour which can be transformed and expanded as you become more familiar with App Lab. No programming experience is necessary. Bringin a laptop, chromebook, or tablet is highly recommended.

Presenters
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David Ruth

Computer Science Teacher, Niles North High School
I have been teaching Computer Science since 1997 and programmed my first video game in 1981 on an Apple ][ e in high school. It has been my goal for many years to create meaningful and worthwhile projects for my students to engage in to foster a love and appreciation for coding... Read More →


Tuesday February 26, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Table 4 (Schaumburg Ballroom East)