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Cleaning up the homepage for the NCEA Curriculum Guides #358

hai-dee opened this issue Jun 19, 2016 · 0 comments · Fixed by #478

Cleaning up the homepage for the NCEA Curriculum Guides #358

hai-dee opened this issue Jun 19, 2016 · 0 comments · Fixed by #478


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hai-dee commented Jun 19, 2016

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Change the text at the top to the following. Each of the bullet points should be a link that goes to a homepage for that standard. Ideally, the links will be buttons because this will look a lot nicer visually.

We currently have support in the CSFG for the following standards:

  • AS91074 (Digital Technology 1.44 - Demonstrate understanding of basic concepts in computer science)
  • AS91371 (Digital Technology 2.44 - Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts in computer science)
  • AS91636 (Digital Technology 3.44 - Demonstrate understanding of areas of computer science)

Then for each standard...

The general information about the standard. Currently this is on on a different page, but it would be best to put the most important information on the main page for the standard, and then put additional information in collapsible boxes. Some of it should go at the end of the page, as a FAQ.

Then, a guide choosing interactive (A diagram will be way too complicated for 2.44). I'll draw a diagram of this once I start working on it.

after the interactive a list of all the guides (which are also in the interactive, but it's good to also just have a list of links for reference).

And then, a FAQ about the standard.

This will contain some of the intro stuff

I'll see if anybody else wants to work on this (ideally getting it done within the next week), but if not then I'm happy to take it on.

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