Cheers! This workshop turned into basically a curriculum ravamp! So, hopefully you will get lots from it and be able to take it back and use it (or bits and pieces) in your own classroom. And, if nothing else, maybe you get a few project ideas.
A few links for you...
Portable Apps Used in Workshop
Screencasts for Web Design
If you get back and forget some things, you can find my "lecture recap" videos at that website address. My students who are absent use this site to get caught up. The Skittles project is on there step by step along with short demonstrations of the free graphics program we used.
- There is a zip download of the student data files that correspond with the workshop booklet. It's a small download (under 4 MB). These are the starter files and image files and folders needed to work through the lessons.
- There is a blank version of the HTML Notes page. I allow students to keep this one page (we call it our "yellow sheet" as I copy it on yellow each year) and use it on anything...tests, quizzes, final exam. It is the "go-to" paper for them in Web Design. They learn to cram as much as possible on it. The teacher version (filled out) is below.
- Fresh copy of the packet. Updated Summer 2013 to include a few more activities and Fireworks, which I use. You can ignore those pages if you don't use it in your class.
- Pacing guide for my class from last spring (page numbers won't match perfectly, but it will give you an idea).
What's not down there...
- I did not post answer keys, but they are on the CD you received at the workshop. Many of them are shown throughout the booklet, but in the appropriate folders are subfolders with the keys so you can pull them up. Update Summer 2013: Teacher keys are below for most activities (not projects).
- Final exam...it was on the CD with the answer sheet and answers as well. The "study guide" for the final exam is located here--> http://www.studystack.com/flashcard-939213
- Okay... forgot to add this... the PsPad program has Spell check! Yay! You have to download the file (it's below) and put it in the PsPad SPELL folder. The folder should already be there, so just put it in there and you will now have an English dictionary in PsPad. :)