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Callysto is now accepting proposals If you teach Grades 5-12 students in Canada, Callysto wants to help fund your classroom activities related to computational thinking, data literacy, and coding. Callysto is a free, online program that helps Grades 5-12 students and teachers in Canada learn and apply in-demand data science skills — including data literacy, …

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Air Quality in Canada

How did emissions of major air pollutants change over the last 30 years? Grades 9 – 12 According to Health Canada, every year air pollution contributes to the death of more than 15,000 people in Canada alone. In 2022, the Government of Canada launched an ambitious 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan, which aims to reduce pollutant …

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Callysto is now accepting proposals If you teach Grades 5-12 students in Canada, Callysto wants to help fund your classroom activities related to computational thinking, data literacy, and coding. Callysto is a free, online program that helps Grades 5-12 students and teachers in Canada learn and apply in-demand data science skills — including data literacy, …

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Food Prices in Canada

How has consumer product pricing changed in 2022? Grades 6 – 12 According to recent headlines (e.g. this CBC article), grocery prices in Canada are soaring. Is there any correlation between this surge in food prices and the Covid-19 pandemic? In this exercise, we investigated the monthly average retail price of common grocery store products …

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Fuel Costs in Canada

Are fuel costs in Canada reaching record highs? Grades 6 – 12 On March 3, 2022, CTV reported that gas prices have reached record highs across the country. Is this claim true? If so, how dramatic is the increase in fuel costs over the last few years? This week, we hope to inspire you with …

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Get funds for your classroom activities

Callysto is now accepting proposals If you teach Grades 5-12 students in Canada, Callysto wants to help fund your classroom activities related to computational thinking, data literacy, and coding. Callysto is a free, online program that helps Grades 5-12 students and teachers in Canada learn and apply in-demand data science skills — including data literacy, …

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Exploring tidal patterns and fish traps in summer math camp

This past July, the Callysto team had the pleasure to join grades 9-10 students in Alberta as part of the PIMS-led math camp: Diversity in Mathematics. This week-long event was geared towards Indigenous students who are interested in pursuing careers in STEM, and are looking to develop their math skills. The event included instructors from …

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New lesson plan marries sustainable architecture with computational thinking

Faculty and research assistants from Athabasca University have created a series of high school teaching plans that teach sustainable architectural design with computational thinking. The free and openly licensed teaching plans was created as part of a Callysto funded project titled Form and Function(s): A Sustainable Design meets Computational Thinking. An animation (above) was also developed to support the …

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Callysto funding recipients will support Canadian students’ digital skills

The Callysto team would like to thank everyone who submitted ideas for our most recent call for proposals for classroom learning activities. We’re pleased to announce the six individuals and organizations from across Canada who have received funding. Their projects will use new and creative ways to promote computational thinking, coding and data literacy among …

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