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Canada Learning Code
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The new Canadian landscapes are digital.
Canada Learning Code designs, delivers, and partners on technology education for Canadians.
Start here to: learn, teach or volunteer.

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
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Canada Learning Code
Author:
- Aaron Maxwell Mentor Instructor
Canada Learning Code
Learner Ladies Learning Code
National Girls Learning Code Day
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Canada Learning Code
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Welcome to a new way of learning. From workshops to local meetups, our learning experiences are designed to be a welcoming environment where you can learn in a social and collaborative way.
Make sure you have your parent's permission to attend any event!

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
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Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Canada Learning Code
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Canada Learning Code believes all teachers can teach coding.

Teachers Learning Code is designed to help K-12 teachers with little-to-no coding experience teach coding fundamentals with confidence!

A quick start guide is available for download, as well as a variety of lesson plans!

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Computer Science
Math
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson
Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
02/28/2019
Canada Learning Code - Cats, Dogs & Machine Learning
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What does it take to build inclusive technology? In this lesson, around AI ethics, students will experience how algorithmic bias occurs using Google’s Teachable Machine tool using a biased data set. Hint: you might hear some “woofs” and “purrs”!

Learn how to to teach our lesson, "Cats, Dogs & Machine Learning", from our Instructor Training Lead, Cael!

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Activities Mit Media Lab
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
11/18/2019
Canada Learning Code - Envisioning a Better World in VR (lesson 5)
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"What happens when your students have a platform that allows them to envision the impact they make in the world? In this lesson, your students will learn how to use CoSpaces to build their own 3D creations, animate them with code (using block coding) and explore the topic of virtual reality."

Note - you do NOT need VR sets to do this lesson.

Subject:
Arts Education
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Practical & Applied Arts
Visual Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Courtney Schreiter
Date Added:
11/24/2019
Canada Learning Code Learning Tool
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When you join our new Learning Tool you gain access to:
• Learning courses designed to show you how to teach code to kids and teens
• Access to FREE resources including micro-lessons, (which can be as quick as 30 min), training videos, rubrics, language/tool assessments and so much more
• A national network of others who are learning to teach coding and computer science; together you can share what you’ve learned, ask questions and join a growing virtual community!

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Computer Science
Science
Material Type:
Primary Source
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Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
05/06/2021
Canada Learning Code Week - save the planet from too much poop!?
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"During Canada Learning Code Week, students around Canada will collectively code to unlock Emoji World and make it a better place for all emojis.

Last year students all over Canada learned how to code and filled Emoji World with 1000s of emojis including many 💩 poop 💩 emojis. Unfortunately, this has resulted in the release of too much CO₂ And now Emoji World is at risk of severe climate change.

Teachers, with you as the Commanders and us as your co-pilots, our mission is to mitigate the CO₂ emissions caused by thousands of poop emojis from Canada Learning Code Week last year.

Get started by getting featured lesson plans delivered right to your inbox. It’s code time, go time 🚀"

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Practical & Applied Arts
Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson
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Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
11/22/2023
Code can change the world.
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Each month, we’ve selected a different theme encouraging people (like you!) to inspire your projects during our learning experiences. Here are some ideas on how you might combine your super powers and perspectives with technology throughout 2019:
A video game inspired by your findings on declining bee population
A piece of artwork to illustrate how we might learn in the future
A website to share your thoughts on food security in your community
A website to share your favourite ways to stay active in the winter season
An interactive story on how we might reduce food waste
A website to share your fun invention idea!

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Corrado's Coders
National Girls Learning Code Day
Quebec School
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Code to Learn - Download MicroworldsEX for FREE
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Microworlds is a coding platform that is free for Canadian residents and schools.

Versions are also availalbe in Cree and Ojibwe.

If you download this the book "Getting Started with Coding: Get Creative with Code" by Camille McCue

Join the communities to get free activities, resources and projects!

Subject:
Computer Science
Education
Educational Technology
Math
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Code to Learn
Date Added:
03/13/2019
Innovation Web Site: Canada Learning Code
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Students will learn about innovation in Canada, and create a website about their chosen recipient of the Governor General Innovation Award.

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Computer Science
English Language Arts
Math
Science
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Kassandra Lenters
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Lesson Plan for all ages - Computational Thinking - Learn Like a Computer
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"Want to help kids understand the magic of machine learning? In this lesson students will learn how machine learning algorithms work, and their uses in day-to-day life!"

A simple introduction to learning like a computer - no devices required.

The lesson is divided into:
Prep Work
Lesson
Assessment
Extensions
Curricular Connections
References

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Math
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Bilal Qadar
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
10/28/2019
Pixel Programming for Step 1 EAL Students
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Students will learn new vocabulary (directions, colours and letters) while using using an unplugged lesson of pixel programming.

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
Language Education (EAL, ESL)
Math
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Canada Learning Code
Martha Sinopoli
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Terry Fox Canada Learning Code
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Terry Fox is a Canadian hero. One of Terry’s main goals was to create awareness around how cancer affects everyone, so that they become inspired to help find a cure for cancer. He gathered support around this cause by applying his strong spirit of determination and his story has inspired so many people around the world. In this lesson, students will have the opportunity to share their personal stories through the medium of art. Computer art is amazing because anyone can create something cool regardless of ability.

Subject:
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Health & Fitness
Math
Physical Education
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Canada Learning Code
Author:
Caitlin Davey
Canada Learning Code
Date Added:
04/01/2019
Turtle Island Reads
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You will need to log into your blackboard account to access this amazing resource. Copy and paste this url into a new tab if you need help with your access: https://www.edonline.sk.ca/webapps/blackboard/password

This year's Turtle Island Reads (TIR) event will be held April 8, 2019 – and hosted by Rosanna Deerchild! For details on the event, visit: www.cbc.ca/1.5045584

TIR puts a spotlight on Indigenous writing by connecting authors and their writing with high school students. Throughout the 2018-19 school year, the project will spark conversation about Indigenous storytelling. In the live public event, three advocates (with assistance from three Quebec classrooms) will champion three books for young adults — The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline, Those Who Run in the Sky by Aviaq Johnston, and the graphic novel Will I See? by David Alexander Robertson, GMB Chomichuk, Iskwé and Erin Leslie.

Turtle Island Reads was launched by CBC Montreal in partnership with LEARN, the Quebec Writers' Federation, CODE and McGill University’s Faculty of Education.

Includes TEACHER GUIDES:
(1) Introductory guide (PDF)
(2) Introductory guide - student instructions (PPT)
(3) Book summaries, activities & advocacy guide (PDF)
(4) Book summaries, activities & advocacy guide (PPT)

Subject:
English Language Arts
Indigenous Perspectives
Native Studies
Material Type:
Lesson
Unit of Study
Author:
CBC
CODE
LEARN
McGill University
Quebec Writers' Federation
Date Added:
05/03/2019