- 01.0 Demonstrate knowledge, skill, and application of information systems to accomplish job objectives and enhance workplace performance.
- 02.0 Develop an awareness of microprocessors and digital computers.
- 03.0 Demonstrate an understanding of operating systems.
- 04.0 Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communication skills utilizing word processing applications.
- 05.0 Use technology to enhance communication skills utilizing presentation applications.
- 06.0 Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communication utilizing spreadsheet and database applications.
- 07.0 Use technology to enhance communication skills utilizing electronic mail.
- 08.0 Investigate individual assessment and job/career exploration and individual career planning that reflect the transition from school to work, lifelong learning, and personal and professional goals.
- 09.0 Incorporate appropriate leadership and supervision techniques, customer service strategies, and standards of personal ethics to accomplish job objectives and enhance workplace performance.
- 10.0 Demonstrate competence using computer networks, internet and online databases to facilitate collaborative or individual learning and communication.
- 11.0 Demonstrate competence in page design applicable to the WWW.
- 12.0 Develop an awareness of emerging technologies.
- 13.0 Develop awareness of computer languages and software applications.
- 14.0 Demonstrate comprehension and communication skills.
- 15.0 Demonstrate proficiency setting website project requirements during the design phase and project planning phase of Web development.
- 16.0 Demonstrate proficiency creating a logical website file structure.
- 17.0 Create basic webpages that meet the industry standards as set forth by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
- 18.0 Incorporate images and graphical formatting on a webpage.
- 19.0 Create a basic table structure.
- 20.0 Incorporate form structures in a webpage.
- 21.0 Discuss appropriate use of frame structures and their outdated usage.
- 22.0 Understand the basic principles of Cascading Style Sheets CSS.
- 23.0 Use CSS to create basic webpages based on industry standards.
- 24.0 Develop website page layout using AP (Absolute Positioning) elements.
- 25.0 Understand basic web design technology.
- 26.0 Describe the process for publishing a website.
- 27.0 Describe how website performance is monitored and analyzed.
- 28.0 Create an informational website that conforms to industry standards as set forth by the W3C.
- 29.0 Demonstrate efficient, consistent website development practice (use of templates, snippets).
- 30.0 Demonstrate language arts knowledge and skills.
- 31.0 Demonstrate mathematics knowledge and skills.
- 32.0 Incorporate Human Computer Interface (HCI) principles of design.
- 33.0 Research and obtain information for use in designing the user interface.
- 34.0 Create a user friendly interface using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
- 35.0 Create a CSS formatted informational website.
- 36.0 Demonstrate proficiency publishing, testing, monitoring, and maintaining a website.
- 37.0 Use oral and written communication skills in creating, expressing and interpreting information and ideas.
- 38.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.
- 39.0 Describe the roles within teams, work units, departments, larger environment as it relates to website project management.
- 40.0 Describe the importance of professional ethics and legal responsibilities as it relates to website development.
- 41.0 Discuss the differences between server-side and client-side scripting.
- 42.0 Demonstrate understanding of the Document Object Model (DOM).
- 48.0 Demonstrate understanding of XML vocabularies and documents.
- 49.0 Create and debug an XML Document.
- 51.0 Plan and implement a multi-page website that features graphics, pictures, and video galleries using AJAX techniques.
- 52.0 Incorporate Canvas API methods into a webpage.
- 53.0 Demonstrate an understanding of PHP scripting.
- 54.0 Design, write, debug, and incorporate a PHP client-side script into a webpage.
- 55.0 Demonstrate an understanding of databases.
- 56.0 Incorporate a database into a webpage.
- 57.0 Demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to setup a secure E-commerce site.
- 58.0 Identify security issues associated with E-commerce and discuss methods to mitigate risks.
- 59.0 Apply skills necessary to setup an E-commerce storefront.
- 60.0 Employ techniques to enhance the value and profitability of an E-commerce website.
- 61.0 Develop an evaluation and performance monitoring framework featuring established metrics and target goals for an E-commerce website.
- 62.0 Demonstrate an understanding of Content Management Systems (CMS) and their implications for web development.
- 63.0 Use CMS features, functions, and extensions/modules to create/enhance a website.
- 64.0 Evaluate the suitability for and system requirements for a content management system.
- 65.0 Demonstrate an understanding of multimedia applications and their implications for web designers.
- 66.0 Create and incorporate interactive website components.
- 67.0 PDF document usage considerations.
- 68.0 Create, format, and manipulate PDF documents.
- 69.0 Display, distribution, and print considerations for PDF documents.
- 70.0 Create and manage PDF forms.
- 71.0 Incorporate PDF security in a PDF document.
- 72.0 Demonstrate proficiency using HTML5 features and functions.
2017 – 2018
Florida Department of Education
Student Performance Standards
Program Title: Web Development
PSAV Number: Y700100
Course Number: OTA0040
Occupational Completion Point: A
Information Technology Assistant – 150 Hours – SOC Code 15-1151
Information Technology Assistant (OTA0040) is part of several programs across the various CTE career clusters. To ensure consistency, the standards and benchmarks for this course (01.0 – 14.0) have been placed in a separate document. To access this document, visit: Information Technology Assistant (OTA0040) – (RTF)