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Mobile CSP's 7th Annual App Expo

The Mobile CSP Expo made its return this year for the 7th Annual event. Students who were enrolled in the Mobile CSP course during the 2020-21 academic year were invited to demonstrate the apps they had created during the course under the guidance of trained Mobile CSP teachers.  This year's expo included 20+ app submissions, 15 schools, 13 teachers,  over 30 students, and over 50 hours of engagement on Flipgrid! Thank you to all of those who participated in our first virtual expo! 

Attendees had the opportunity to view the submitted apps via Flipgrid.  Attendees were asked to vote for their favorite app. The app with the most likes earned the Mobile CSP People's Choice Award.  As an addition, this year CS professionals served as judges to score the submitted apps on criteria such as creativity and social impact.  Winners received some cool prizes and all participanting students received cloud storage space from PaperSpace!

The event concluded with a closing ceremony on Saturday,  June 5, 2021.  Two special messages were shared from Tik Tok content creators and our keynote speaker was Miral Kotb creator/founder of iLuminate. To view the recording, click here.
 
View the student submissions via Flipgrid Virtual Mobile CSP App Expo  (Guest Password: MobileCSP). 
 

Left to Right: Enida M, Arlida R, Charlotte M, Pauline Lake, Eric Lozaw, Pauline Lake, Kyle F, Christopher Kerr

 
Mobile CSP Expo 2021 Winners: 
All Mobile CSP apps are created using MIT App Inventor
 

People’s Choice (Fan Fav):  Math Mobile by Brielle K & Chloe G from North Shore Hebrew Academy High School in Lake Success, NY

Most Social Impact:  Save Their Electricity by Connor J. from Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton, MA

Most Innovative:  Intro 2 Social Justice by Sophia G. & Zeng H. from Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton, MA

Point of View:  Recycle Frenzy by Enida M. from Watertown High School in Watertown, CT

Best Pitch:  Covid Memory Game by Charlotte M. from Watertown High School in Watertown, CT

Social Butterflies:  Brielle K.  and Paige M.  from North Shore Hebrew Academy High School in Lake Success, NY

Most Creative:  Do.nation App by Arlida R. from Watertown High School in Watertown, CT

Honorable mentions: 

Quit Smoking by Kyle F. from Newington High School in Newington, CT

“Monkey See, Monkey Do”  by Andrew J. & Liam H. from Nipmuc Regional High School in Upton, MA

Whack-a-mole by Maeve S. from Hall High School in West Hartford, CT

Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make our 7th Annual Expo a success!

Extra special thank yous go to:

our keynote speaker Miral Kotb

Judge James Bachuber, Education Technologist

Judge Katherine Maloney, Executive Director of Infosys Foundation USE

Judge Ralph Morelli, Founder of Mobile CSP and Professor Emertius of Computer Science

Judge Erika Samuels, Paperspace

Judge Andrew Schmidt, Engineering & IT, Tesla