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The ONLY coding book for schools which explains how to teach your class to code an actual iOS app through a sequence of engaging lessons. It is suitable for teachers ...

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30 x 21 x 1.2 cm
£23.99 £9.99
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Please note: We expect to receive the first print-run of this book by the end of September. We guarantee priority dispatch to all those who pre-order.

Pre-order this book for the discounted price of £19.99.

Price returns to £23.99 after release.

So you want to teach to children to code? This book takes coding to a new level – giving you, and the children you teach, the skills you need to build your own iOS app. Taking you through every step of the process from planning to seeing your app in the Apple App Store, Doug Stitcher makes teaching coding for the real world as easy as it can be.

Simple instructions and clear screenshots will help you plan engaging lessons and the motivation of producing a real-life app will keep the pupils enthused throughout the process. All of the screenshots can be downloaded using the QR codes provided so you can project or print them.

‘Teaching Your Kids How to Build An App for Your School’ is the only coding book for teachers covering coding in such depth but with such simplicity and before you know it, your class will have designed, produced and submitted their own iOS app.

‘Appy Coding!


– One Apple computer (as cheap as £349 from eBay!)

About the Author

Doug Stitcher is currently the Deputy Head Teacher of a Wirral primary school. He has been an ICT subject leader since 2001 and worked in a number of schools providing ICT and Computing support. Doug has also produced a variety of apps and software for his family-run business Angel Applications for the last six years as well as developing the huge range of apps for Alan Peat Ltd.

Doug has a passion for teaching children to code and hopes his first book will inspire teachers across the country to teach their pupils to build their own app.

In his spare time, of which he has very little, Doug enjoys spending time with his family, playing guitar, listening to country music and watching his beloved Peterborough United play.

“Aut viam inveniam aut faciam”




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