The most common way for students to use App Inventor is to establish a connection between a classroom computer and a mobile device over Wi-Fi, as described in our general setup instructions.
In many classrooms, App Inventor works without issues. A good way to test your classroom network is by following one of our introductory Hour of Code tutorials. If a classroom computer and mobile device can connect over Wi-Fi with one of these basic apps, chances are it can connect with any app.
This page includes various tutorials of all levels for use in a classroom.
In partnership with YR Media, we've built 9 App Building Guides that are based on articles written by young people on topics that are meaningful to them. They can be used as single tutorials or bundled into a computational action curriculum.
MIT is building AI tools into App Inventor that will enable even beginning students to create original AI applications that would have been advanced research a decade ago.
This is our official guide from MIT App Inventor to designing, building, and sharing apps. Published by MITeen Press.
This is our official YouTube page where you can find videos and video tutorials for Hour of Code, Computational Thinking Curriculum, Computational Action projects, AI with App Inventor, and many more topics.
Here you'll find links to other curricula and resources developed by educators from around the world.