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Friday, February 21 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Teaching Math and Science with Data Science and Computational Thinking

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The ability to process information in an analytical way is becoming increasingly important, and educators are encouraged or expected to incorporate more coding and data analytics into their teaching. Callysto is a free online platform designed for students in Grades 5 to 12. It is capable of engaging data visualizations, big data processing, coding, and text formatting.Teachers will be introduced to the federally-funded Callysto platform, and will be able to explore Python-based modules developed for teaching outcomes in math, science, and other subjects. We will talk about how to incorporate these into your teaching, and help you create or edit modules for other outcomes if you are interested.

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David Hay

Callysto Ambassador, Cybera
David Hay has taught Grade 6 as well as high school science and technology courses, and was a consultant for Elk Island Public Schools in the areas of technology and innovation. He is currently on a one-year leave to work with Cybera on the Callysto project.

Friday February 21, 2020 10:45am - 12:00pm
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