A mentor-driven web development course fuelled with quality-focused content.
You've probably heard the phrase that content is the king. Well, things change. Content has lost its title to mentors. Mentors now lead the course through the complexity of modules. After all, good content isn't a matter of discussion - it's a default!
What’s in the course?
You will focus on using your cognitive skills to better retain the information and learn faster. Not to mention that here the quicker you finish the course, the less money you spend!
Learning was never easy, but that doesn’t stop us from making it enjoyable! When starting the first classes of this front-end web development course, you’ll notice that it has a few different types of content pieces:
Text & video lectures
To help you take in the huge amount of information you’ll be switching between reading text lectures and watching explanatory videos or analyzing screen recordings of specific cases and step-by-step tutorials.
Quizzes, assignments & interactive exercises
Throughout the course, you'll be working with the emulation. There you will have to follow along with the instructor explaining how to execute the code. You can use the emulation to play around by yourself as well!
Objectives customization & reflection
You’ll be setting goals for yourself, and you’ll need objectives to evaluate how well you are doing in achieving them. It’ll be easier to measure your progress domain-by-domain and reflect on what you’ve learned so far.
Projects & real-life problem solutions
Two different complexity MAIN projects will be waiting for you. With the help of your mentor, you will be working on finding solutions to real-life situations.
Research-based web development course structure
BitDegree instructors have been testing numerous combinations of e-learning techniques to find a way to empower students and mentors together to develop unique learning paths that enable different learners to learn web development the way that’s best for them.