ABOUT THE COURSE
Galileo's Classroom is excited to present a Web Design course from Instructor Terri Beckles for students in grades 4 - 6.
(4th - 6th grade)
Students will learn to create a website using HTML, CSS, research, and their imagination. Students will be challenged to address a social issue that affects their community. In the process of developing their website, students will build their own definition of what makes a website and what information do websites need. Social issues that will be explored include: community, listening and kindness.
ABOUT TERRI BECKLES:
A researcher and developer, Terri advances computing literacy and data science instruction and training at universities and academies. As a portrait photographer, she infuses art and creativity in her approach to teaching and equipping students and teachers. She develops computing curricula and applications at the cross-section of education,computing, and art that engage students and teachers as co-creators and agents for change in their fields, communities, and careers.
We will meet in room 1121 in the ADP Center, which is in University Hall on the Montclair State University campus. There will be college and graduate students in attendance participating as co-teachers and assistants.