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Tuesday, February 10 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Teach Coding by Developing the App First! FULL

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In this session, I will show you how I went from not knowing any coding language to publishing my first app in the App store in just one month. I did not know ANY Objective C code at all - not one line. There is web-based software that allowed me to develop and publish an app first and then use Xcode to debug the app to learn how to code. That open source software provided me with the lines of code that I could use, modify and improve as needed. Anyone can learn to code - let me show you how can learn/teach coding using a web browser and Xcode 6!

Plus a special One More Thing segment... learn to code in Swift in your math classes using an iPad.

“Teach Coding by Developing the App First!”

Please download the following apps prior to arriving at the conference:

If you have access to a Mac, please bring it with the Xcode  (Free)  mac app on it.

For iPad:

Paper by 53

Notability ($4.99) or Penultimate (Free) for app sketches.


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Brian Foutty

Innovative Learning Specialist & App Developer, Trumbull Career & Technical Center
Brian is a 1994 and 1998 graduate of Kent State University with a BS in Secondary Math Education and M. Ed. in Special Education. He taught math for 19 years at the Trumbull Career & Technical Center in Warren, Ohio until recently moving into the position of Innovative Learning Specialist for the TCTC. He is now in charge of the districts' iPad 1:1 initiative and has been charged with implementing and maintaining the iPad deployment, MDM... Read More →

Tuesday February 10, 2015 9:30am - 10:30am
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