Join the MIT App Inventor Appathon for Good 2021.
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The EdTech Top 40 represents the edtech products accessed by the most students and educators across the United States via the internet between September 1, 2020 and May 31, 2021. Findings are based on 2m+ students, 250k+ educators, 8600+ edtech products, 2800+ organizations.
Over a thousand coders built phone and tablet apps to fix problems in their lives and communities. Submissions reflected all the problems and anxieties of 2021, and a few are ready to be adopted right away to address these problems.
MIT App Inventor has an immediate opening for an additional member of our development team. We’re looking for an experienced developer who can join us in the support and evolution of the App Inventor platform, including our new work in conversational AI. This will be a full-time MIT staff position located at MIT in Cambridge, MA. To apply, see the MIT careers announcement at https://hr.mit.edu/careers, job ID 19940.
Please accompany me in welcoming Robert Parks to the MIT App Inventor education team.
Robert is a curriculum developer, author, designer and teacher with keen understanding of student empowerment in STEM. His 2005 publication Makers was the first book on the maker movement. He’s served as senior editor for Wired...