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Building Sites with HTML and CSS

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Flatiron School

11 Broadway, 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10004

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HTML and CSS are the backbone of the web - they are the style and structure of every single website on the internet. Join us for an immersive workshop where you’ll learn to build your own personal website, using the same tools and languages as professional developers (We don’t do drag-and-drop!). By the end of this class, you’ll know how to design, build and deploy a website, an important 21st century skill!

Please note that this workshop is open to students ages 13-18 years old.

What You'll Learn

  • Creating the structure of a website with HTML

  • Styling a webpage with CSS

  • Deploying a website with Github

  • Setting up a developer environment

How to Prepare

  • Bring a laptop that's fully charged (and your power cord)

  • Install the Chrome web browser

Prerequisites

None! Beginners are welcome!

Your Instructor

A public policy graduate of Duke University, Danny has spent almost 10 years living and teaching computer science. Danny is an alumnus of Teach for America, worked at Google, and was head of K-12 computer science instruction at Flatiron School. In his career, he's trained over 40 teachers to lead immersive coding courses in schools across the country, built extensive coding curriculum, and taught software development to over 200 high school students. As a former middle school science teacher, he's deeply committed to the art of instruction and discovering the best methods to recruit, train, and retain top teaching talent in the field of K-12 computer science education.

The cost of the workshop can be used as a credit towards any Upperline Summer Course!


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