Teaching App Development with Swift

Teach Students How to Create iOS Apps

Engage students with a project-based curriculum, and guide students in creating iOS apps. Adopt projects and lesson plans to fit your course and different learning styles. Create real apps that teach students Swift, the iOS SDK, and the Apple developer toolset.

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General Materials

Creative students love hands-on learning. Projects lead the lessons, so you can guide and facilitate learning, supporting student work with technical understanding.

Projects and Lesson Plans

Guide students through each level of projects, which provide a progressive framework for learning. Let the app features lead to technical discovery and stimulate student creativity. Select projects and lessons to fit your course requirements and student experience.

Level 1: Xcode Fundamentals and Swift

Level 2: Single View Applications and MVC

Level 3: Frameworks and APIs

Level 4: Navigation, Tab Bar and Table View Controllers

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