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Nathan Dumbleton, the creator of iUnderstand Education Apps, has been accepted as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE), class of 2015. This membership was awarded based on his work as a Secondary School Teacher (Chemistry) in Sydney, Australia, his creation of the YouTube channel, iPadagogy (www.ipadagogy.com.au), which reviews educational iPad apps, and for his development of a range of excellent educational apps.
As described by Apple,
"The Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Program began in 1994, when Apple recognized K-12 and higher education pioneers who are using a variety of Apple products to transform teaching and learning in powerful ways. Today it has grown into a worldwide community of over 2,000 visionary educators and innovative leaders who are doing amazing things with Apple technology in and out of the classroom. Apple is pleased to welcome Nathan Dumbleton to the ADE Class of 2015.
As part of a project arising from the Apple Distinguished Educator Conference held in Singapore in August 2015, I have developed a FREE iBook titled 'Creating Apps without Coding or Design Skills'. This iBook will assist anyone to follow the process I used in creating the iUnderstand education apps without being able to write code or having graphic design training. The book works through setting up a developer account, generating good app ideas, outsourcing app development and marketing the finished products. I hope it helps many of you who, like me, had interesting ideas for apps but didn't know where to begin to bring them to reality. Good luck, and let me know how you go!
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A step-by-step guide for creating apps without the need for coding or design skills