Information Technology Academy



Web Development & Design

CIP Code: 11.0801

Instructor: Mr. Dawson

In the Web Development & Design program, students will learn to build, code, and publish standards-based content for a variety of formats including the Web, smartphones and tablets. The instructor will present a disciplined approach to software design and coding with students working to achieve mastery level of multiple languages used in interactive design such as HTML5, CSS, XML, JavaScript, and more. Students will learn about writing, markup and coding of Web sites while gaining theoretical knowledge about current practices and standards of Web informational design. Additionally, this course will introduce computer programming logic and languages, covering fundamental concepts such as syntax, data types, algorithm design and logic control structures.

Students develop working knowledge of how computers operate, how to assemble computers, and how to troubleshoot hardware and software issues. Hands-on labs and the Virtual Laptop and Virtual Desktop learning tools help students develop critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. Updated, relevant curriculum and labs are delivered in an online and face to face learning environment and include new topics such as mobile devices and client side virtualization. The course emphasizes the practical application of skills and procedures needed for hardware and software installations, upgrades, and troubleshooting.

NOCTI Preparation

The Web NOCTI is a test for students to assess their skills in the Web study. There is a multitude of areas that are needed to master including - list items here.... The purpose of this site is to give a comprehensive look exam concepts, practice test questions and more.

Career Profile Information

It is relevant, authentic writing and very valuable to our curriculum, constituting one of our most valuable opportunities to integrate the academic and C&T areas. Additionally, this assignment encourages our students to envision the future they wish to create, assess the skills they possess/need to acquire, think critically, and make sound decisions that will put them on the path to achieving their postsecondary goals.

Occupational Advisory Committee

A group of individuals selected to represent broad points of view relative to a specific occupational education area. The members should have a strong sense of commitment to the development of our educational program and our students.