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How StudioWeb and Swift Playgrounds Create an Awesome Code Curriculum Combo
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Swift Playgrounds essentially takes what Scratch based training provides (with some nice enhancements,) and brings it to the iPad. Swift Playgrounds can replace Scratch based code training, except that students will be learning the basics of the Apple Swift programming language instead.
Why ELL and Disadvantaged Students Should Learn Code
Thursday, July 14, 2016
English-language learners and disadvantaged students stand to benefit the most from learning to code. ELL students can benefit from learning code because all coding languages are based in English—these students will see their English vocabulary improving by learning to code.
Westwood Junior High Students and Teachers Weigh in on StudioWeb
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
New Course Available!
Monday, August 24, 2015
The world of web design is contantly evolving. Similarly, StudioWeb is always improving and updating its courses. Recently, StudioWeb released its Beginners HTML 2015 course, a new and improved version of its previous HTML course.
Ten Tips for Teaching Web Development
Monday, August 17, 2015
For those new to teaching Web Development, here are some tips to give an idea of how to tackle this subject in the classroom:
Why Teach PHP?
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Today, many programming courses teach Python or Ruby as "startup" languages. However, the reality is these languages are not best suited to teaching beginners, especially K12 students.
2015-2016 Sunburst Digital Innovators: StudioWeb & Stefan Mischook
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Sunburst Partners with Studio Web, the best application available to offer Technology & Creative Skills for students
Monday, June 8, 2015
New Product Announcement: StudioWeb
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
This new collaboration ushers Sunburst Digital into a new era dedicated to Computer Competency and College and Career Readiness.
StudioWeb is driven by a set of courses designed by experienced teachers, for teachers. StudioWeb’s courses and quizzing engine were developed hand-in-hand, creating an integrated learning experience that greatly enhances student retention, motivation, and comprehension.
Teachers are able to track student progress through automated quiz and activity reports that include trending-grade data on real-time student progress. As students master the key Web technologies, they will earn points and badges that build their profile.
StudioWeb offers two types of lesson tracks: Foundation Courses that teach students the basics and Project Courses that teach students practical real-world development with small scale web projects.