Brenton Strine is Educator's instructor for CSS where he uses his many years of web development expertise to teach how to make visually stunning websites. The course is taught with an emphasis on best practices and focuses on actual code and its interaction with the browser.
Brenton Strine has developed his web development skills since the advent of the Internet in the 1990's. Professor Strine’s HTML course is aimed at beginning programmers looking to build their first web page, but also goes in depth into HTML5 features to satisfy even veteran users. Professor Strine begins with the basic concepts and then spends the majority of the lesson writing actual code and seeing its interaction with the operating environment and browser.
Professor Bryan Cardella covers everything in biology from the microscopic to the macroscopic. This course is perfect for both high school and college students beginning their journey into biology, or just needing a quick refresher. Bryan explains all concepts in easy to understand chunks complete with tons of diagrams and drawings. The course covers everything from Cells and DNA, through Evolution, Plants, Ecology, and even in-depth overviews of common Labs. Professor Cardella brings both extensive knowledge and engaging delivery with his 5+ years teaching life sciences and stand-up comedy experience.
Professor Sepand Shahab’s AP Music Theory course will teach you everything you need to know to not only read scores, but also score highly on the AP exam. Each lesson begins with an in-depth overview of the subject matter followed by several worked out examples like the ones you will encounter on the test. Professor Shahab breaks down topics into easy to learn segments and covers everything on the AP course such as Triads, Seventh Chords, Cadences, and Secondary Dominants. Professor Shahab has a Master's of Fine Arts along with 5+ years of music teaching experience.