Curriculum Table of Contents: English

Technovation Girls Curriculum

Join Technovation Girls and learn how to use technology like mobile apps and AI to  solve a community problem YOU care about. You'll work as part of a team of girls like you and get support from a mentor who will help keep you motivated and on track.

Deadline: April 24th, 2024 at 5pm PDT | April 25 at 1am WAT | 2am CEST | 5:30am IST

Registration for the Technovation Girls 2023-2024 season is closed for students and mentors. Sign up for our announcements about next season and be the first to know when registration opens in October!

The Technovation Girls' curriculum is now available in several languages, and translations into additional languages are still in progress!

Please note that these translations were done using an AI tool and may contain errors—if you find an error, let us know about it using this form.

Plan to spend 40+ hours using these lessons to complete your project. 

The lessons on this page are for teams competing in the Junior and Senior Divisions. To access the Beginner Division curriculum, visit your dashboard on

Mentors can explore the mentor curriculum here.

These resources will help you complete your project:

Are you stuck on a specific problem?

Book a session with a volunteer Coach! Coaches are industry professionals who can help answer specific questions in a one-time meeting.

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Full Lesson: Week 12


 Artificial Intelligence


Bonus Climate Change Curriculum

These additional units will support teams addressing climate change with their projects. There are specific units focusing on SDGs 6, 12, 13 and 15, as well as additional technical advice tailored to climate change apps.

These units were developed in partnership with Technovation alumnae, who were mentored by Natalie Lao at the App Inventor foundation, Dave Wolber from Thunkable, and Mark Friedman, the cofounder of MIT App Inventor.