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In a constant effort to learn how to best develop CDAT (which means the best way for you to learn), this page will serve as a more specific resource to assist in AKS clarification.  Check the attachments below for assistance/clarification regarding your AKS.

What will we learn?
The focus will be on developing your type of website.  For example, some might want to learn more HTML, while others love graphics and will be developing a portfolio.  We will cover some general information, but in your style.  Oh, and they pay an average of $75,000 per year for Web Developers today, no college required.

As for how, there are many options.  
  • W3Schools.com is one of the greatest sites for learning website basics. No matter what other visual media you might want to play with, this is the starting point.  
  • While we use tools like W3Schools to learn web stuff, you will also be developing your own skills for your web products.  That is, do the HTML quickly, and you have more time to do what you prefer.

Grading:
  1. Each PERSON should click on this link to get an AKS spreadsheet.
  2. While the spreadsheet is open, choose "File > Make a copy...", and name it "CDAT10 2013 AKS Web Name" (and replace 'Name' with your name.
  3. Using the blue "Share" button on the top right corner, add mreilly@lanierhs.org as a person who "can edit" the sheet. This will allow both of us to share your grades as they develop.  
  4. You will receive ONE gradebook entry for the average from your spreadsheet, so you will know your grade without having to check the portal.  This will be in addition to other project or classroom grades.  
  5. While we can each edit the spreadsheet, keep in mind that it does track revision history, so students should never edit the grade column.
  6. An AKS grade can be replaced by an improved effort on later projects!
  7. Not all AKS need to be covered by a large project.  You can do a mini-project on a topic that you don't feel can fit into a fun project, just some information you can cover with a report or presentation.
Subpages (2): Assignments Web Files
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Michael Reilly,
Sep 23, 2013, 7:06 AM
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Michael Reilly,
Sep 23, 2013, 7:06 AM
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Michael Reilly,
Sep 23, 2013, 7:06 AM
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