Programming Apps from Apple

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The second generation of Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum is even better than the first at showing students that creating simple (and some complex) apps is not as hard as it sounds. The how-to program package is used in 5,000 schools and is built around games, puzzles, guides and videos that can be included to augment existing curriculum, like math, science and even art classes. The key is that creating apps can be a natural extension of any school’s teaching and the Everyone Can Code approach can help show the way.


Brian Nadel