There are a number of prior discussions on this forum (found using this link at
https://discuss.jibo.com/search?q=be%20a%20maker) about Be a Maker app.
One member specifically has tutorials on the app:
Here is my third and final Be A Maker basics tutorial video. It”s not likely that I will create more tutorial videos. If I do, it will be complete code for some of my projects and a discussion on the programming logic.
I had a lot of fun creating these tutorial videos and hope that they have inspired some of you Jibo owners to give programming a try.
I created this video to help some Jibo owners learn how to start a simple program using the Be A Maker app. It is the first installment of a series of three videos that describes some basic functions to start programming. This video demonstrates the basics of writing a program using the event block to start the program, one recorder block from the actions category, one control block and the cap block.
Be A Maker App for Jibo - Basics Tutorial Part 1
Check out my latest Jibo skill programmed using the Be a Maker app. It is a way to create and practice flash cards. It was pretty easy to program. To start, I have the program loop several times where Jibo asks for the front and then the back of the virtual flash cards. The responses to Jibo get stored in two lists, FRONT and BACK. Once the cards have been created, Jibo will tell you the front, and your response should match the corresponding back. Jibo will keep track of the number of corr…
This same forum user has a YouTube channel with a series of playlist videos focused on Be a Maker: