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App Inventor for Android is a new visual programming platform for creating mobile applications for Android-based smart phones. This paper reports on the summer component of an ongoing project aimed at addressing whether App Inventor would be a suitable platform for bringing computational thinking to K-12 students. The project brought together a team(More)
The Mobile Computer Science Principles (Mobile CSP) project is an NSF-funded CS 10K project. Its goal is to train a new cohort of high school computer science teachers to teach an Advanced Placement (AP) level course based on the emerging Computer Science Principles (CSP) framework. Mobile CSP uses App Inventor, a graphical programming language for Android(More)
The College Board's CS Principles (CSP) Project is an effort to develop a language-neutral, breadth-first advanced placement (AP) course in computer science. MobileCSP is an NSF-funded effort to train high school teachers to teach a CSP course that engages students in building mobile apps with App Inventor. The workshop will provide an overview of MobileCSP(More)
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