Mobile App Design 2

Course Description
This course is apart of the Florida Department Of EducationGame/Simulation/Animation Programming program. This course emphasizes techniques needed to develop well-documented, structured game or simulation programs. Extensive use is made of evaluating and analyzing existing games or simulations.
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Android Mobile
Android is the customizable, easy to use operating system that powers more than a billion devices across the globe — from phones and tablets to watches, TV, cars and more to come. Students enrolled in this course will create mobile apps for any Android device(phone or tablet). Students in this course should have accessibility to an Android device(phone, tablet).
logo-androidWhat is MIT App Inventor?
MIT App Inventor is an innovative beginner’s introduction to programming and app creation that transforms the complex language of text-based coding into visual, drag-and-drop building blocks. The simplistic graphical interface grants even an inexperienced novice the ability to create a basic, fully functional android apps. Get more information


  • Promoting computer science education
    Through the blocks-based programming language, introducing students to computational thinking education. Building a career pathway to the Programming in the Computer/technology industry.
  • Promote Mobile Innovation
    Introduce students to limitless possibilities through the creation of their own mobile apps that they can design and install on their devices.

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Course Content

Lessons Status

1st Grading Term (AUG 22ND – OCT 27TH)


2nd Grading Term (OCT 28TH – JAN 20TH)


3rd Grading Term (JAN 23RD – MAR 24TH)


4th Grading Term (MAR 22ND - JUN 8TH)