Mobile CSP

AP Computer Science Principles
Endorsed by the College Board

Mobile CSP Workshop at CSTA

The Mobile CSP team (Chinma, Pauline, Jim Veseskis, and Ralph) traveled to Chicago to the 2014 CSTA Conference to present a 3-hour workshop on the Mobile CSP curriculum.
Mobile Computer Science Principles Ralph Morelli, Chinma Uche, Pauline Lake and James Veseskis The CS Principles (CSP) Project is an effort to develop a language-neutral, breadth-first advanced placement (AP) course in CS. MobileCSP is an effort to train high school teachers to teach a CSP course that engages students in building mobile apps with App Inventor. Participants will receive an overview including a hands-on workshop with App Inventor and sample CSP-based lesson plans, assessment materials, and other resources. MobileCSP training will be available (free) to all high school teachers in summer 2014 through an online course. For high school teachers, but middle school teachers welcome.

The workshop was attended by 40 participants, who worked through a variety of App Inventor and CSP lessons.

Many of the participants brought their own Android devices, but we provided some loaners.