Five 2-hour Sessions
Titles! Headings! Body text! Lists! How does your internet browser know how to format the different parts of a webpage? Where does everything go, and how are things colored? Learn to write HTML and CSS code and build your very own webpage – about yourself, or anything else!
Recommended for students grades 6 and up.
No prior coding experience is necessary. Creativity and an interest in technology are recommended. Come excited and ready to learn!
- Identify the components that make up a webpage
- Define a meaningful structure for their page
- Populate their page with text, links, photos, and videos
- Style the page according to their tastes
- Present and explain their work to peers and parents at the end of the week
- Day 1: Parts and structure of a website, creating an HTML file, and markup elements
- Day 2: CSS rules and properties
- Day 3: Attributes, classes and IDs; images, links, and external stylesheets
- Day 4: Internal links, navigation menus, advanced CSS selectors, and state changes
- Day 5: Feedback, final touches and presentation of websites
Students will have plenty of one-on-one attention, and the curriculum can adapt based on individual needs. Questions can be asked at any time. Time will be allocated for students to work on individual projects and ask for help. Creativity is highly encouraged!
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2016 Class Portfolio
Check out some of the awesome projects made by last year’s students!