StudioWeb in 2020

March 11, 2020
Posted in Classroom Stats

StudioWeb was designed and refined, to allow teachers with no prior coding knowledge, to be able to teach a code classroom with confidence.

StudioWeb’s other claim to fame, is that we are the only code curriculum that is both vocational and yet, so easy to work with, that a gym teacher with no coding skills, can with confidence, lead a StudioWeb code classroom!

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Student Privacy is a Top Priority

March 11, 2020
Posted in Classroom Stats

I wanted to reiterate the StudioWeb privacy policy for all students and teachers. In a nutshell, it is our top priority. Here are the details:

Student privacy is a top priority, and so students by default, can work on StudioWeb in total anonymity. A student or teacher, can optionally add their names, for easy classroom management, but it is not required…

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HTML5 should be the First Middle School Coding Course

February 29, 2020
Posted in Courses, Curriculum

I’ve been working with schools since 2011, to deliver an effective code learning experience, for both students and teachers. With so many languages out there (HTML5, JavaScript, Python, Java, Swift, CSS3 … etc), it can be a challenge for educators to make a proper choice for their students. Here are some quick suggestions: For 5th…

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HTML5, JavaScript and Python Certifications

February 26, 2020
Posted in Courses, Curriculum

I am happy to announce that the new StudioWeb 5 certifications are live! We are launching with the following certification exams for spring 2020: HTML5 Foundations CSS3 Foundations JavaScript Foundations Python Foundations PHP Foundations I’ve attached examples of the two certification styles (modern and classic,) that will be presented to students, when they successfully pass the certification exam. Students…

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StudioWeb Student Code Projects

February 26, 2020

StudioWeb comes with 57 built-in projects that teachers can assign to students. The projects are bound to chapters in the courses, which makes them easy to manage. They come with student handouts, the final completed projects for teachers to use as a reference, and even a grading rubric that will make it easy for you…

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Answering Common Questions about Teaching Code with StudioWeb

October 24, 2019
Posted in Classroom Stats

A teacher asked:

Can I ask you how you view the teachers role, does the instructor need to complete each of the modules in advance of the students to facilitate the process?

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