Create mobile app using MIT App Inventor


MIT App Inventor is an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone – even kids – to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets. You can build your first app in less than 30 minutes. Using the blocked based tool, MIT App Inventor can create complex, high-impact apps in much less time than traditional programming environments. It can empower anyone to move from technology consumption to technology creation.


By learning to write app using MIT App Inventor, you will develop yourself as computational thinker – individual who can draw on computational concepts (sequence, loops, parallelism, events, conditionals, operators and data), practices, and perspectives in all aspect of their lives, across disciplines and contexts. You will learn to become a problem solver. Any coder will confirm that programming is an iterative process. It’s a continual cycle of coding, troubleshooting and debugging. Trial and error will become second nature, as will taking a step back to figure out why something that just worked a minute ago now seems broken. Finally, this can also prepare yourself to be part of the digital revolution in which computer programming will be part of the daily literacy in future. 


  • Learn to install the necessary components
  • Learn to create interactive apps with sound, motion and sensor using the blocks editor.
  • Learn to set up emulator.
  • Learn to package the apps.
Age Group

9+ to 13 years old

Number of Students Per Class

Max. 8

Lesson Structure

a) Physical class (Sunway Giza)

b) Online class (from home)

Course Duration

3 months