How to Teach Web Design

January 31, 2018
Posted in Teaching Code

In the video below, I go over my top 7 web design teaching tips for teachers. Here are the bullet points: 1. Use the spiral teaching method 2. Self paced learning is best 3. Encourage students to use online training resources 4. Web Design software is NOT important …. Watch the video to learn the…

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Coding Courses that Teach Real Code!

November 17, 2017
Posted in Courses, Curriculum

Writing snippets of JavaScript to move a character 2 steps to the left, doesn’t teach kids anything about programming … at best, it’s a cheap replacement for an xbox controller. … One teacher called me up recently, telling me how after the initial excitement student’s had moving characters around with code snippets, students fell into…

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StudioWeb Server Power – Doubled!

September 13, 2017
Posted in News

Hi, With many new schools joining, it’s a been a real growth year for StudioWeb. So we’ve just doubled our server power to manage all the new students! … Ah, ultra-modern cloud hosting is a dream! Thanks! Stefan

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Learning to Teach a Python Course

September 7, 2017

One of the first questions teachers ask us: ” … how long will the PD be, in terms of learning how to teach a code class?” Whether you are teaching Python, JavaScript or just a basic web design class, with the StudioWeb app and curriculum, the real truth of the matter is, it take practically…

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Middle School Web Design Courses that Teach Actual Code!

August 21, 2017

A teacher called yesterday looking for a web design course that teaches real web design coding skills. Like other teachers I’ve personally spoken to, she understood that dragging around blocks on screen, where the app writes the code for the student, is not nearly as effective as the student actually writing the code! … Teachers…

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As the founder, I believe my #1 priority is to be in direct contact with teachers.

August 10, 2017

I realized a few years ago that as founder, I had to get out of the back office, and be in close contact with teachers. Steve Jobs famously took tech support calls at Apple stores, to stay in touch with clients. I figured I should do the same. Talking directly to teachers counts A few…

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