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Coding & Tech
Web Development and Design (Using HTML and CSS), Level 2 (Beginner)
This 6-week course will pick up where the level 1 course left off, covering more techniques of hand coding HTML, CSS and building one's own website.
5 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
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Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This course will pick up where the Level 1 class left off (the Level 1 class or some prior HTML/CSS knowledge is required for this course). Students will continue to learn HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading StyleSheet (CSS), specifically looking at ways to create appealing layouts for their webpages. Students will use a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) tool to upload work from a local computer to the internet. The schedule will roughly be (but may vary on the speed and interests of...
I have worked as a teacher for 26+ years and a web developer for 20+ years. I have taught hand coding web development classes to preliterate children as young as five up to graduate students. I have built hundreds of websites, including being a web developer for People Magazine and Meetup.com. But my real expertise in this field is being able to break coding down into simple steps and terms that children can understand. I prefer to teach people how to hand code their own websites, as I feel that it is a 21st century literacy skill that everyone should have some knowledge of. Being able to make my own websites has enabled me to easily run my own businesses and always find work. It's also a lot of fun to learn how to code!
Each week students are asked to spend some time trying out the code that they have learned in class to improve their own webpage. They can spend as little as 15-20 minutes on this or hours of their time, depending on their interest. I will provide external resources for them to try out advanced skills if they so wish, and I will be available to help debug and answer questions.
Sublime Text 3 and Filezilla are the two applications we will be using in this class. They are free to download and available on both Windows and Macs (if you're on a Chromebook, we can use a different process-- just let me know, and I can help you set it up!) It would be helpful for you to download and install these applications before the first class, but if you're having issues doing so, don't worry, we can take time in class to do so.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Alexander KhostSelf-Directed Education Facilitator
5 total reviews
7 completed classes
I have been teaching for 26+ years now, both online and offline. I work in what is called a Self-Directed Education (SDE) environment (https://www.self-directed.org/sde/), and so, I teach (or what we call "facilitate") lots and lots of different...