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Thursday, July 28 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Creating iPhone and iPad Apps in the Classroom

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The challenge was to "Design an iPhone app that is useful to our school community." I used a challenge-based learning approach to inspire a group of beginning programmers to design questions, conduct guiding activities and find the resources they needed to invent a solution to a campus-wide problem. Along the way, I documented their thinking and used video and online tools to capture the story of how our app was published on the App Store and how this process transformed our classroom into a student-centered, fully collaborative learning environment.

 


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Douglas Kiang

Curriculum Resource Teacher, Punahou School
Douglas Kiang is a Curriculum Resource Teacher at Punahou School, specializing in technology and mobile devices. He has over twenty years of teaching experience in elementary, middle, and high schools. Douglas is the Co-Director of the Lab School@Punahou, a cohort-based professional development experience for teachers from around the world. He has been a featured speaker at local and national conferences including Alan November’s BLC and... Read More →


Thursday July 28, 2011 11:30am - 12:30pm
Whittier - 4th Floor (C wing)