Whether you’re trying to help your child learn coding from scratch, or want to learn the basics yourself, you’ve come to the right place.
If you or your child is an absolute beginner – perfect! In my course I start with the absolute basics, including a brief look at the history of HTML and CSS. Looking for more resources after taking this course? Great! Check out the resources page to take you or your child’s skills to the next level.
Who is the instructor – Kevin Hauger?
Learning how to code is one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life! I first gained interest in learning how to code while studying product design at The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
I started out teaching small community workshops in the Champaign-Urbana (IL) area. Since then, I’ve created this online course in order to reach more kids and have a bigger impact.
I’m Kevin Hauger, instructor of Coding Basic Websites with HTML & CSS for Kids / Beginners. If you’re new to this site, this page is for you! It contains information on the course and what your child will learn.
Learning how to program is the same as learning a new language. Understanding the logic and advanced thinking behind programming influences a child’s brain as it is still developing.
Here are a few reasons:
Parents always ask me “who can learn how to code?” I truly believe that anyone who can write a complete sentence can learn how to code.
All of the course lessons are purposefully divided into individual topics with optimal video lengths.
You can preview a few of the course lessons on the Udemy course overview – just click here!
Check them out!
Thank you for being here. Without you, I couldn’t have done any of this. Hearing success stories from children and beginners who’ve learned through my course urges me to create more courses, blog posts, and free videos. I’m looking forward to creating more courses, and I’m glad to have you here!
Kevin Hauger, instructor of Coding Basic Websites with HTML & CSS for Kids / Beginners.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Software Developers,
on the Internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/software-developers.htm