Start learning web development through beginner friendly block-based programming for HTML & CSS.
The program is designed to teach students how to structure their HTML documents using block-based programming, an innovative approach that simplifies the learning process and makes it easier for students to understand the principles of HTML and CSS.
Block-based programming is a visual programming language that allows users to drag and drop blocks of code to create programs. In the context of HTML and CSS, this means that students can create HTML elements and CSS styles by selecting and arranging blocks of code, rather than typing out the code manually.
The program is divided into several modules, each of which covers a different aspect of HTML and CSS. Throughout the program, students are encouraged to experiment with different layouts and styles, using the block-based programming interface to create and modify their HTML documents. They can preview their work in real-time, making it easier to see how changes to the code affect the appearance of the web page.
The program also includes interactive quizzes and challenges to help students test their knowledge and reinforce their understanding of HTML and CSS. These quizzes are designed to be engaging and fun, using gamification techniques to motivate students to complete them.
By the end of the program, students will have a solid understanding of how to structure an HTML document using block-based programming, as well as a strong foundation in CSS styling. They will be able to create their own web pages and make modifications to existing ones, using the skills they have learned throughout the program.
Telebort's Computer Science programs are designed with STEAM education for school children to express their own ideas in designing their own stories, mobile apps, websites and many more.