April 15, 2017
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March 1, 2017
StudioWeb has been refined over the last 6 years, as we listened carefully to teachers and students. As the founder, I knew that it was important for me to be on the frontline (if you will,) so I could hear first hand, what teachers and students were saying. I took the support calls and emails.
Still today, I personally handle the support request because it helps me direct my developers to make StudioWeb even better. Teachers win because they deal with me directly, and StudioWeb benefits from direct feedback that’s been so valuable over the years.
January 4, 2017
There is almost an endless supply of courses on web design these days. The problem is that it’s hard to filter out the good from the bad. … Many of the courses were not created by educators (poor learning value), and a lot of the material is very old. StudioWeb’s web design courses Our courses …
October 20, 2016
Any teacher will tell you that the top three things you need in a course are:
Over the last 6 years of working with schools, we’ve been fine tuning StudioWeb (and our courses) to make learning to code fun. Instant feedback, 50+ assignable projects, fine-grained lessons and a gamified experience, has made StudioWeb the most effective teaching tool out there.
October 14, 2016
I’ve been working with schools for years, helping teachers teach code. Here are some of things I have learned:
If you want to easily teach a code class, check out our powerful platform: StudioWeb.
October 13, 2016
We’ve been refining StudioWeb over the last 6yrs, working with many schools and teachers. In fact, StudioWeb has been developed hand-in-hand with teachers, as tens of thousands of students have used it to learn to code.
… That’s a big reason why it is so effective.
You can teach the following popular coding languages with StudioWeb:
October 3, 2016
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