Over the day the students managed to learn how to create ipad apps with a variety of ways to interact. We had basketball games, physics games, shoot em ups, football games and a selection of flappy bird clones.
The basis is that with a group of students we will go from zero knowledge of app development to completing one of four projects of their choice by the end of the day. Using visual coding tools students can develop for iphone/ipad/android/mac/windows.
For tomorrow's session students can learn:
- Flappy type game...........
- Side scrolling shoot em up
The students once started on the basics can take their project any way they wish and are encouraged to learn through playing around and experimentation.
I'll update as the day progresses tomorrow and show some of their projects and apps.
- University of ManchesterChemistry with Patent Law, 1999 - 2001BSc. Chemistry with Patent Law
- Durham UniversityEducation, 2001 - 2003Bsc. (Ed) Education with Science Specialism
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