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    Intro to Web Design: Build Your own Website

    Intro to Web Design: Build Your own Website

    Details

    • Listing Type: After-School Enrichment
    • Entering Grade: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
    • Program Delivery: Online
    • Session Start: January, December
    • Session Length: Four Weeks
    • Category: Business/Entrepreneurship
    • Sub-Categories: STEM, Design, Computer Science, Web Design, Coding, Cybersecurity
    • Minimum Cost: Free
    • Gender: Coed
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    Overview

    Welcome to Web Design 101! In this class, your child will learn how to design, create and publish their own web pages. Throughout this program, students will learn key concepts in the HTML language, learn to style their pages with CSS, add interesting effects with CSS animations and use links to tell stories!

    Web Development Activities: Developing web pages is an exciting task, that allows students to express themselves while being extremely educational. Students will leave this class having a good understanding of how the internet works, how to be safe online, how to create and publish content online, and how to design beautiful websites. Why? Learning HTML and CSS gives students the tools to create websites and understand how they are created, and how to safely express themselves to the world. Outcomes Learn to design and develop web pages. Learn about being safe online by not exposing personal information. Learn HTML: elements, body, head, main, footer, headers, paragraphs, lists, images, links. Learn CSS properties and values: color, background-color, border, padding, margin, background images Learn CSS animations: create an animated scene by changing position, size, rotation angles, and more. Storytelling, planning and designing skills to create multi-page websites Express themselves through content creation Develop digital citizenship and online safety skills Build Teamwork and Collaboration Skills Develop Strategy, Decision Making and Communication Skills Prerequisites This is an introductory class – however, participants should have basic computer and typing skills in order to have the best class experience. Students are expected to listen and follow instructors’ instructions throughout the class in order to make it an engaging and welcoming learning experience for everyone. Technical Requirements This class will be taught in Wiz Kid Learning's Virtual Classroom! Simply sign in to your Wiz Kid Learning account 10 minutes before class, click "join class" and you will be connected to a Video Call with your Wiz Kid Instructor and class! Before class, please make sure that your child: Has access to a Chromebook, PC or Mac Computer (it is not possible to use Tablets or Phones) with the internet, microphone, video camera, and headphones. Students will use the glitch platform to create their web page. Please click here to make a free account before the start of class. Mouse and Earphones (not mandatory, but strongly recommended)

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