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Wednesday, February 27 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
App Development with Swift: Build Something That Matters 

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This workshop focuses on app design as the primary motivation for learning to code. You’ll use Swift, Apple’s powerful and accessible app development language, and explore Apple’s high school curriculum that teaches students how to design and code their own apps that solve a problem or serve a purpose.

Moderators
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Karrin Burns

3rd Grade Teacher, River Forest SD 90
Karrin Burns is an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) and novice iOS app developer. She is a Grade 3 teacher at Lincoln School in River Forest, Illinois. Karrin enjoys using inquiry-based learning and design-thinking in her classroom to maximize student learning as well as encourage... Read More →
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Randy Saeks

Network Manager, Glencoe School District 35
Randy is an Apple Distinguished Educator with over 15-years experience supporting EdTech. He has presented at numerous conferences sharing ways the support of EdTech works in conjunction with instructional practices to achieve a full path to new initiatives.

Presenters

Wednesday February 27, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
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