This course will be an introduction to designing and developing websites, a high-paying industry in today's world. Students will learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS and gain a deep understanding of what each concept means. Prior experience with HTML or programming is not required, because we will start from the basics. If you are interested in creating and developing websites, this is the course for you!
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Dates: Saturdays 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/24, 3/31, 4/7
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 PM
Location: Gunn High School, 780 Arastradero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Andrew Zhou is a senior at Homestead High School, currently teaching the Introduction to Java course at Silicon Valley Youth and acting as the director of the Computer Science department. With more than four years of programming experience through half a dozen different languages, along with three years of teaching experience, Andrew is very excited to continue serving both the students and the underprivileged in Silicon Valley.
Alex Yun is an eighth grader at Jordan Middle School. He has a lot of experience with math, including several competitions: in school he is taking geometry honors. Alex also learned trigonometry. In his algebra class last year, he helped several students in class and helped them achieve better grades and a more complete knowledge of the subject. He was also one of three members of a TSA TEAMS math team that won first place nationally in the 2017 middle school math competition. The competition had 150 teams total (three from each state in the USA), and the math portion contained various complex formulas, as well as problems that required problem-solving and teamwork to solve. Alex also plays competitive basketball, and likes to read and play video games.