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Can Android App Inventor Bring Computational Thinking to K-12 ?

@inproceedings{Morelli2010CanAA,
  title={Can Android App Inventor Bring Computational Thinking to K-12 ?},
  author={Ralph Morelli},
  year={2010}
}
  • Ralph Morelli
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • 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 consisting of two high school CS teachers, two novice undergraduate computing students, a community outreach leader, and a college CS instructor… CONTINUE READING

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