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In MIT App Inventor, students will learn basic computer science concepts, coding, and computer programming. App Inventor empowers beginners and non-programmers to create mobile applications. In this course we will use the mobile programming language, App Inventor, to program Android tablets and smartphones. The only limit on the types of apps Students will learn to build is their own imagination. Prerequisites: Sophomores, Junior and Seniors only Transportation: Course Instructor will provide RIPTA tickets to attending youth to help support transportation to/from program. More
Dates: Begins Jan 31 Ends April 12 Schedule: Mondays & Wednesdays, 3pm - 4:30pm
Credits: 0.5 High School Credit
Introduction to the basic conceptual approaches through which psychology derives its intellectual form. Emphasis is placed upon the nature of scientific inquiry and its role in obtaining an understanding of human behavior. Exposure to various psychological theories, including Freudianism, behaviorism, social learning, and humanism. (3 credits)
Connections to College and Career
This course is a Roger Williams University humanities elective requirement and may satisfy similar requirements at other colleges or universities. The course can also prepare you for a career as a School-based psychologist, clinical therapist, mental health counselor or trauma support specialist.
Dates: Begins 1/24/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule: Fully Online
Credits: 3 College Credits and 1 High School Credit