More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Code to Create
Help me give my students this tablet to learn about coding apps for Android devices.
The best thing about my class is that there isn't a typical day. EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) is a project-based class that gives students the opportunity to explore something that interests them, helps the community, and uses cutting edge technology while making a difference.
One thing our EAST Program does is support numerous programs in our school, as we are at Title I school and resources can be tight.
All the resources and materials are used by students as they work to make our community a better place.
This tablet will let my students learn how to code apps for Android devices using programs such as MIT App Inventor and other resources.
Through planning apps with a purpose to overseeing their creation, students will gain a wide range of skills related to STEM.
Students will also develop soft-skills in working in a team and planning a project from start to finish.
Currently students are relying on an emulator and this would allow them to see their work play out on a real device. The apps they are working on range from an app for a museum to one for a student with special needs.
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