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Exploring App Prototyping to Promote Te Reo Māori
Recently I delivered a workshop for teachers that explored App Prototyping using Keynote. During the workshop I showed a simple app concept that my students came up with, designed for younger students learning te reo Māori. The language focus was learning the Māori kupu for selected animals and responding to the question 'He aha tenei?' (What is this?)
Below is a short demonstration video, showing step-by-step how to create this outcome using Keynote. For my students, this was a good starting point that they could then build on.
I also shared a number of useful resources and weblink as a part of the session. I have pulled them all together in a Padlet – should anyone be interested to explore further! 😊
In addition, I highly recommend visiting this resource posted by APLS Trudi Fausett. As a part of her 'Get the most out of your MacBook series, she provides a video tutorial taking you through the process of creating a Keynote app prototype using your Mac. She also uses a te reo Māori context, showing the potential for promoting the learning of languages through the app design process.
You can also visit Teach Code with Swift Playgrounds on the Learning Centre to discover fantastic resources to not only support you and your students in the app design process but to also learn how to use Swift Playgrounds to develop the skills to bring your app concept to life!
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