Setup your Code Curriculum in 20 minutes!

December 16, 2020

We’ve been working with schools for 10 years, refining our code curriculum (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Python, SQL and PHP), and refining our StudioWeb software to support teachers and students. Intuitive, Supportive Software StudioWeb is so intuitive and easy to use, that teachers with no prior coding experience can be up and running, comfortably teaching a…

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Why Learn Python in 2021?

November 29, 2020
Posted in Coding, Courses, Python

Python is consistently rated as one of the top 3 most popular programming languages in 2020. I know you want to know, what the future holds for Python, so I pulled out my crystal nerd-ball for you today: I can safely inform you that in 2021, Python demand is only going to grow. Why is…

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How to install Python on a Chromebook in 2018

September 10, 2018

There are few options for Python coding on Chromebooks. It is not as easy as doing it with Windows, or a Mac, but it is doable. Doing a quick check out the Web, I found 2 options, one is easy, while the other takes more work. Option #1: Use a browser based Python code editor….

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Why not teach practical coding to students?

May 11, 2018

I’ve been teaching code since 2003, and created the StudioWeb code training platform in 2011. Our first two schools jumped onboard in 2011 as well. With the help of hundreds of schools, and tens of thousands of students, StudioWeb’s courses have become increasingly effective teaching students (grades 6-12) how to code. What makes StudioWeb’s engaging…

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Great Alternatives to Dreamweaver for the Classroom

February 20, 2018

This is a common question I get from teachers: When it comes to teaching web design, what is a good alternative to Dreamweaver? A few things to consider: Most professional web designers DO NOT use Dreamweaver. Teaching web design with Dreamweaver introduces an extra layer of complexity for no good reason. You have to teach…

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What Yale’s Socially Assistive Robots and StudioWeb have in Common

August 2, 2017

I was reading an article on Yale University’s research with socially assistive robotics, that help to teach kids. The main points I got out of the article: Robots learn and adapt to individual student need. Students are motivated when the learning process is turned into a game. A little competition is very motivating for many students….

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