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Frontiers of Innovation: Curriculum Change in Online Learning Environments

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Westin Wall Centre Vancouver Airport Hotel - 3099 Corvette Way, Richmond, BC V6X 4K3

Thursday, April 19 • 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Callysto: Helping Today's Kids Become Tomorrow's Digital Leaders LIMITED

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Imagine if grade 5-12 students had access to a tool capable of big data processing, data visualizations, math equations, and text formatting — all in a web browser. Such a tool would provide a real opportunity for simple, accessible learning, and it's cost-free — we call it Callysto.

The goal of Callysto is to seamlessly introduce students to "computational thinking" through a Jupyter notebook based platform. The ability to think analytically will be in high demand as students enter the progressively automated and digitally skilled future. Callysto's curriculum-based learning modules will support multifaceted problem solving through beginner level coding and data analysis. Our Callysto session will go over how our tool will help develop computational thinking in the classroom and what the next steps for teachers are.

Cybera and the Pacific Institute of Mathematical Sciences are proud partners on this federally funded CanCode project. Byron Chu (Cybera) and Michael Lamoureux (Innovation Coordinator at the Pacific Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Professor at the University of Calgary) will provide an overview of the project, demonstrate sample Callysto content and our future plans.




Speakers
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Byron Chu

Project Manager, Callysto
Byron graduated from the University of Calgary with a PhD in Biochemistry. His studies focused on intrinsic properties of proteins, and today he applies the same scientific principles to data and network-enabled projects. As a burgeoning data scientist, Byron is interested in the... Read More →


Thursday April 19, 2018 3:45pm - 4:30pm
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