Designing Solutions Through Programming

Thursday 9 September 2021 - Block 2, Room C152
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Daily Note

Our plan for the day: 

  1. We will review  HTML forms
     
  2. We will review the self-quizes on html forms
     
  3. We will review course videos page
     
  4. We will learn about a few other form attributes
     
  5. We will experiment with different form types, thinking about when to use them:
     
    1. We will look at a list of all the different input types
    2. Radio input type
    3. Checkbox input type
    4. The datalist input type (one of my favorites)
       
  6. Using what you have learned, you will create a registration page for a club here at ASW.

 

A little less comfortable

A little more comfortable

Our Big idea

The big idea for today is Programming.

The essential questions for this topic are:

How do we plan, write, execute, and test instructions a computer can understand and process?

It takes time to explore and really understand a big idea. If you want to
learn more about programming (which is connected to today's daily note), please click here .

We are learning this because as a designers must understand scientific and technical innovation. Designers use systems, models, methods, and processes to solve problems.



Links

These links are here to help you access important classroom resources. Please ensure you have all these pages bookmarked.

Google classroom
Syllabus
All daily notes

High school bulletin
Current event activity

Standards

 

Reminders & routines:

IF (today ==  testing_day_for_me) {
     remember to go get tested!;
}

IF (this_block == first_block_day) {
     read_daily_bulletin;
}

IF (today == Friday) {
     current_event_activity();
}

As I am taking attendance:

  1. For students who are physically at ASW: Please check now: am I connected to the American School of Warsaw wireless network
  2. Please check now: is visual studio code working from my programming folder?

To remember: 

  1. All the files you need for this course can be found at this link. Please pay attention to the time the file was last updated. 
  2. You can access a web-based view of your database by clicking this link.
  3. Please be aware of course videos to help you understand our content.