Lets talk about week 4

I’m gonna be honest, in between moving new houses, 18 credit work load, and lining up an internships I am so burnt out. We digress though! This week we had some pretty fun classes, we just spent the week adding more to our retro webpage and coding Html. I find it really cool, but it very tedious and personally not for me. The teacher wanted us to find something that we could teach our peers to code into our website. I chose to teach the class how to audio to their website. We used this website called W3 schools to help find some ideas on what to do. I notice that a lot of my classmates were doing a lot of “Adding visual elements”. So I decided to search up how to add audio! Honestly W3 schools is a life saver and is the beginner guide for amateur coders like me. I was nervous and did run into some technical difficulties but overall my group was pretty chill with everything and honestly coming from a teaching perspective, I think coding can be enjoyable to the right person. Overall I checked out some of my other classmates website in our website garden page and you can tell the people who went above and beyond/ really enjoyed building their retro html.

Do you feel like you are starting to understand this class a little more?

Honestly thinking about everything, I am starting to understand the three concepts of Digital Fluency, Digital Citizenship, and Digital Praxis. I think we have a fluency by learning how websites are created like coding and seeing how one small flaw in the code can create an error or not correlate in General. Our digital citizenship is our place on the internet and adapting to all of the changes and advances. I still working on praxis but so far I think its using our knowledge from other projects were doing to relate it to the next one. Anyways Im excited to see what next week has in store for us!!!

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