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Teaching Coding to Middle Schoolers: Week 6

This week we covered ‘for’ loops and arrays.

Keeping up with Codecademy

I found the first two units were all over the place. Since we were all just getting used to the idea of completing tutorials outside of class and JavaScript in general, I felt a guilty holding them accountable on a deadline, so I laid off. 719 more words


Class Notes from March 10th

We’ve started my favorite part of the class: web design.  We’ll spend the rest of the year learning how to use two languages, HTML and CSS, to build web pages.   509 more words

Class Materials

Get ready for Weeks 6 and 7 and our HTML, CSS review

We will move on from Python after the Week 5 meetings, quiz and problem assignment.

Next up is a review of HTML and CSS. This begins in class on Monday, Feb. 132 more words


Learning HTML with W3 schools.

As a fan of coding, a couple of months before start messing with freelancing, i started learning HTML a bit with my brother, already a web developer, and a bit with this awesome website: 124 more words


Learning HTML

As a graphic designer, I always dreaded the thought of taking a website design class. I’m more into designing for print media than digital media. I thought HTML was boring, complicated and would not useful when you have a variety of “build your own website” resources that have templates and placeholders already designed for you.   326 more words


Simplest thing on earth!

I designed a webpage layout today, finally, after the wonderful couple — Mr. HTML and Ms. CSS — helped me out! It wasn’t bad. All these days, I had been thinking to learn that, but it looks like there’s not much learning needed to design a simple layout. 296 more words



My computer knowledge was limited to games (back in elementary school), use of social media networks, basic Microsoft office tools and internet surfing. Nothing more than an average computer user. 290 more words