HTML 101 for Kids: Basics of Web Programming Free 14 Lesson Course starts September 08

 “Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer…because it teaches you how to think.”  ~ Steve Jobs, Founder, Apple

Imagine the power of taking a blank computer page and being able to create whatever you want out of it.

Scary, Intimidating, or Awesome?

In this online class, Frazier O’Leary, a former Northern Virginia High School teacher, computer consultant, and father to two children in Alexandria, VA  will introduce your children to the basics of the HTML, using HTML “tags” to create and design Basic Web Pages.

The course is open to any students 9 years old and up.

Parents can sign up to take the classes too! (Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?)

All you need to do is to pre-register here.

The class will go live on Monday, September 08, 2014.  A new lesson will be available each day after that for the next 3 weeks; students can catch up and review missed lessons on their own schedule.

Interested?  Here’s the link to pre-register.

* Thanks Colleen M. of the Richland County Home Educators for posting the information about this course. My son (and I) had started the classes last spring but didn’t finish. Who knows what tricks I’ll be able to use on this blog!


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