Video based coding courses with integrated assessment and certifications for grades 6 through 12. Inspire your students as they learn to build websites with real-world code!
Everything a teacher needs to teach coding in the classroom.
What is StudioWeb?
StudioWeb is designed to assist teachers in the classroom by providing a series of easy-to-understand video training courses on the key Web technologies. Teachers new to coding can be up and running in a matter of hours. Have experience already, cut that down to 20 minutes. Video courses cover web development languages including HTML, CSS, PHP, Python, MySQL, and more.
For a full list of courses please visit studioweb.com/courses.
Brand new interface just released that is compatible with all web browsers and tablets.
StudioWeb focuses on teaching web development and programming through the use of an online learning environment created by teachers, for teachers. The curriculum includes data-driven lessons, automated quizzes, and activity reports.
Students can get a certification they can add to their resume to start their career.
The Importance of Coding
Coding is a language that fosters creativity - even when children make mistakes, they are learning.
Coding also helps children develop math skills. Let’s them apply math to real-world situations. Coding teaches students computational thinking and core computer science concepts. Coding can lead to better writing skills. Coding helps children with problem solving skills as they learn to code and give direction they learn that there is no one way to do something even if their way didn’t work.
They can improve upon what they have already done without worrying about failing. Coding is a basic literacy in the digital age, and it is important for kids to understand and be able to work with and understand the technology around them.
Having children learn coding at a young age prepares them for the future. Coding helps children with communication, creativity, math,writing, and confidence.
Technology in schools has become increasingly mobile, with laptop computers, tablet devices and smartphones now part of the learning context adding individualized learning potential. As pedagogy shifts from whole class to many forms of one:one learning, there is an incredible opportunity to make the introduction of computer science, coding, and software development a practical enrichment resource and even a requisite curriculum in K12 classrooms.
Building logic skills
Computer coding helps teach students how to use and explain their logic. Coding involves making choices: about the best command to use, the best order of events, or the best structure of the code itself. Students can learn to reason through these decisions and be able to defend their choices when explaining their code to others.
Coding also involves teaching logic to the computer. For example: if an action is taken, then a reaction occurs. Students learn how to connect events logically while constructing if statements and while loops.