StudioWeb: a Proven Vocational Code Curriculum

July 27, 2018
Posted in Courses, Curriculum

There is a growing awareness in the value of vocational education. For many students, college and university may not be their best choice, so it makes sense prepare them with valuable in demand skills.

With that in mind, it’s safe to say that coding and programming, is the 21st century vocational skill…

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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…

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Free Code Courses for Teachers who Teach Coding!

April 12, 2018
Posted in Courses, News

We want to make it easy for teachers to get up to speed with code!

As such, StudioWeb will now be providing FREE code courses (professional development,) for teachers in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and Python…

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Classroom Activities for your Web Design Classroom

April 3, 2018

Hi! The following classroom activities have proven to very helpful in StudioWeb web design classes. These ideas come from our StudioWeb QuickStart Guide for teaching web design. #1. Note taking: StudioWeb’s video lessons make heavy use of pop-up note takers: have students take handwritten notes while watching the video lessons for improved retention. Teachers could…

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Setting up a coding environment for the classroom.

April 2, 2018

One of the hardest aspects of getting a coding classroom up and running, is just getting the software installed on the workstation. After considering a many options, we decided to go with the web coding languages, since all computers already have the software you need. To teach HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, all you need is…

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Career Oriented Code Curriculum for Middle School and Up.

February 22, 2018
Posted in Courses, Curriculum

Schools are starting to realize that a code curriculum should be real-world focused.  That means students come away with both conceptual, and practical coding skills. Unfortunately, many courses/solutions offered today only offer conceptual learning. … There are no jobs in block based coding, or in using code snippets to move a character around a screen….

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