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My wife launched her book Angeline’s Star http://www.angelinesstar.com on Sunday. As part of the process I learned quite a lot more about building a website, domain names, printing processes, Paypal and a range of other related activities. I can … Continue reading
HTML5 and CSS lend themselves well to quiz questions. If structured properly they can demonstrate understanding rather than just memory. The test comprised of 25 questions most derived from w3cschools site, some from a colleague. some made up by me. … Continue reading
http://ict.govt.nz/programme/guidance-and-resources/reference-architecture Attached extract from Government ICT standards. No sooner have we learned how to teach XHTML; it becomes clear we need to “upgrade” to HTML5. I guess that is why teaching IT is so exciting.