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MIT App Inventor Coronavirus App Challenge

Apr 10, 2020 selim's Blog


An unprecedented opportunity for Computational Action

We invite our fantastically creative MIT App Inventor community from all ages to put their ingenuity to good use and create socially conscious mobile apps that will help defeat the spread of the disease, aid our local communities and give strength to our fellow world citizens in these difficult times.

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MIT App Inventor in Brazil

Mar 20, 2020 selim's Blog

MIT students in Brazil

Over January 2020, MIT App Inventor, partnered with C6 Bank, sent a group of six students over to the city of São Paulo to teach App Inventor. Our group consisted of students Murielle Dunand, Diego Escobedo, Tommy Heng, Victor Horta, Talia Pelts, and Viktoriya Tabunshchyk.

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MIT App Inventor at Kentucky Middle School

Jan 13, 2020 selim's Blog

Kentucky MS work with App Inventor

...a stellar MIT App Inventor workshop via videoconference to a class of eager eighth graders in Appalachian Kentucky. The middle schoolers had a great opportunity to learn how to create their first mobile app and pose questions to our MIT students about their experiences at MIT.

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Black Girls Code visits MIT App Inventor

Oct 28, 2019 selim's Blog

Black Girls Code Group Photo at MIT CSAIL

On Saturday October 5th 2019, MIT App Inventor team had the great pleasure of hosting the Boston branch of Black Girls Code at MIT CSAIL. 24 bright-eyed young women beaming with enthusiasm, arrived at the Stata Center eager for an early morning of playful discovery and intense technology immersion.

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MIT App Inventor Middle School Curriculum Introduced at NMSI K-12 CS Pathways Summer Institute in Dallas, TX

Aug 15, 2019 selim's Blog

Between July 22-26, 2019 MIT App Inventor collaborated with NMSI (National Math and Science Initiative) and held a five-day workshop for 24 teachers, STEM coaches, curriculum developers from all over the nation.

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