By the Numbers
|Web Design: Students learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and the processes involved in viewing web pages on the internet. Students create several simple web pages using the CodeHS online editor to gain practice using the various features of HTML and CSS.|
Here are a few examples of teacher resources and materials to use in the Creative Computing (HS) course
Format of Course
The entirely web-based curriculum is made up of a three learning modules that cover the fundamentals of programming and web design. Each module is made up of short video tutorials, quizzes, programming examples, programming exercises, and challenge problems. The course is designed for a semester class that meets 5 days per week, though schools implement it in a variety of ways.
Who is it for?
The Creative Computing (HS) course is designed for complete beginners with no previous background in computer science. The course is highly visual, dynamic, and interactive. There are no prerequisites for this course, and the course is recommended for high school students.
Students learn the basics of HTML and CSS as they create their own webpages.
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Creative Computing (HS) is aligned with the following standards