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LEARN WEB DEVELOPMENT
Web Development Course for kids
Web development will be one of the most in-demand skills in the next decade. With 50% of the global population using the internet daily, it makes sense that tech skills will keep growing in demand. The amount of people using the internet is only going to increase. With web development classes for kids, you can turn their passion for devices or computer games into a learning opportunity.
Live 36 Hours of Sessions
Detailed Coverage of HTML/ CSS
Bootstrap frontend framework for responsive website
Object Oriented Programming
SQL Database Management
Deploying websites on cloud
BUILD 6 REAL-APPLICATION BASED PROJECTS IN THE COURSE
LMS Access - Pre-recorded videos, Documents, Assignments, Codes
18 Monthly Hours
8 hours of Live Sessions.
10 Self learning Sessions.
2 live sessions per week.
Unlimited access to video and course library.
6 Months (covering all 3 levels)
Major project after every level for certification
9th - 12th
Frequently Asked Questions
Web development refers to designing, creating, building, and maintaining websites over the internet. It involves aspects such as web designing, web programming, and database management.
- Front-end development deals with the visuals of the website across devices – the colors, icons, fonts, images, etc.
- Back-end development involves building and maintaining the code that runs the website. It connects the website with the servers to ensure that data flows properly and transactions are processed correctly.
- Full-stack development involves both responsibilities of building and maintaining both front-end and back-end code of the website.
- Choose a topic: Select a topic that interests them, like a school project, favorite cartoon, hobbies, sports, etc
- Select a web host: This is where you get to select your website’s name or domain. You can use free or paid services to do so.
- Web design: This is where the writing of code kicks in. How your website looks, what colors to choose, and of course knowledge of HTML and CSS.
- Decorate the site: Add images, videos, personal photos. Think of it as adding stickers to make your website pretty
- It boosts confidence as a child builds and rebuilds a website on their own.
- It nurtures the creativity of a child in visualizing the different elements, topics, colors of the website.
- It builds resilience because building a website, maintaining data, and making it user-friendly will involve a lot of debugging and going back to the drawing board.
- It helps them in problem-solving because each element of the website is thought out and built by them.
- It enhances communication skills because coding a website involves giving clear instructions to a computer for it to understand.