HTML (My Learning cycle)

by Andrea Ghoneim

this page (created by Amela Sambolić Beganović and Radovan Krajnc) shows an example, how a "My Learning" cycle could look like for students who learn basics of HTML.


Open new Learning in your Content menu. In the section Prior knowledge add your thoughts about following:

  • What do I know about internet and web pages?
  • Have I ever made any web pages from scratch?
  • Am I familliar with HTML code?
  • Is it usefull to know basics about HTML? Why?
  • Do I have an evidence (example) where I manually manipulate the HTML code in a web page?

In your Learning, in the section Setting goals, write down your goals.

  • What exactly do you want to achieve?
  • What do you want to do in your web page?
  • What does your teachers expect you to do?



In a group discuss the criteria. Try to find the criteria for assessing your knowledge of using HTML in your web pages.

In your Learning, in the section Strategies, plan your steps to your goals.

  • Where are you going to find the information?
  • What tutorials do you need? Where can you find them?
  • Is there anyone who can help you?
  • How much time would you need for this task?
  • What are your deadlines?


In your Learning, in the section Evidence write down all your evidences that you collect during this phase.

You should save links to your web pages, screenshots of your work, your diary of work, etc

It is time to evaluate your work. In your Learning, in the section Self-evaluation explain the following:

  • how well you have succeded to reach your goals,
  • what are you proud of,
  • what is stil unclear to you,
  • what learning strategies work best for you,
  • what are you going to do differently next time,

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