MobiOne Promo Code - app development software One of the highlights of my year thus far has been publishing iOS apps with kids. We've gotten two apps successfully published in the App Store and are working on several more. As of this writing, we have one in review that we hope will be approved soon.
I often get asked how we publish apps, since this is not something that is typical...
Chris selected as K12OnlineConference keynote speaker
Each year the K12OnlineConference provides tremendous professional development for free, and entirely online. This year, they have selected me as one of their keynote speakers. I am thrilled to have been chosen and look forward to participating in the conversation.
Read the full post announcing all the keynote speakers here.
Two quick links on Cognitive Load Theory I've been fielding lots of questions lately about Cognitive Load Theory.
Here are two quick links that may be useful. First is an article talking about the practical implications of CLT on the design of learning.
The second are some "recent" (as of 2003) developments regarding CLT.
Update: I clarified the second...
Practical advice on kids and Android app development After hearing about my students' success developing an Android app, I've gotten several emails asking for more details as to how I practically worked with my kids.
Here are some pointers that I offered to the first person that emailed me, perhaps they are of some use to you. Please note that your mileage may vary.
It's ok to not be...
Publishing an App Inventor app to the Android Market As I mentioned earlier, my students and I published an Android app to the Android Market. See those links for more information on the background. This post is decidedly technical.
First, once we finished the coding process, we packaged the app for to download to the computer. This is an option in App Inventor. This downloaded an .apk file....