Introduction to Developing Websites and Programming Using HTML and CSS in Preparation for Certification
Face-to-Face professional learning experience for all educators seeking curriculum and resources to provide a foundation for students as they introduce the basics of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the languages used to craft websites. Learning HTML and CSS will enable learners to design and create the user interface, also known as the front end, of websites. Understanding how HTML and CSS work will give students the power to build websites and customize templates to bring content to life.
This two-day professional learning experience not only prepares educators’ for delivering the course even if they may have limited computer science background but also enables educators steps to prepare for the certification themselves.
Part 1: Pre-Test and Analyzing Results for Individual Study Plan for Certification
Part 2: Overview of MSIA
Part 3: Unpacking Modules 1-4 of Course
Part 4: Digging Deeper into available curriculum and resources while unpacking Modules 5-12
Part 5: Customizing curriculum to fit into your classroom and best practices for certification
Part 6: Post-Test to identify strengths and areas for growth
Part 7: Application of Content with choice of:
- Completing an Individual Study Plan for Certification
- Mapping Curriculum for Course Delivery in your Classroom
- Sitting for the Certification Exam
At the end of the day, participants should leave understanding that Microsoft Learning Tools are free tools that implement proven techniques to improve reading and writing skills for all students. Learning Tools are for EVERYONE: All readers, writers, and thinkers— regardless of their ability.