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Teaching HTML, CSS, and more March 10, 2011

Posted by Wendy Wolfe in Webbased tools.
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Upon returning from our upcoming spring break, our technology class (9-12 grade students) is going to be learning HTML and CSS with one of my colleagues. This afternoon we discussed the website he is going to use with our students to guide them through our unit.  W3school Online Web Tutorials has a well organized set of tutorials for HTML, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Flash and more. I am impressed with the organization of each skill, step-by-step directions, examples, and excellent “try it yourself” editors for each skill.

A site like this allows for self-pacing when learning and practicing new skills. Anyone who is interested in an introduction to these web development tools would find W3Schools a useful reference and guide.

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