If you teach Grades 5-12 students in Canada, Callysto wants to help fund your classroom activities related to computational thinking and coding. For example, you could submit a proposal to cover the cost of developing curriculum resources that feature Jupyter Notebooks (for students, or current/pre-service teachers), or for hosting a coding workshop or student hackathon (e.g. to cover the cost of the venue, catering, or support staff).

Haven’t heard of Callysto? It’s a free, interactive, curriculum-based learning and skills development tool; think “interactive textbook.” Computational thinking is becoming a requirement for the workers of tomorrow — our goal is to give students a head start.
Teaching computational thinking and coding? Get funds for your classroom activities 2019-10-15 06:00:00Z 0
Canada’s Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), in partnership with Calgary Economic Development and the Alberta Ministry of Labour and Immigration, has announced the completion of its study, Enabling a Digital Future for Alberta.
This project was announced in late June of 2018, and the report has just been released!
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Alberta's Digital Future! 2019-06-27 06:00:00Z 0 alberta,ictc,jobs,research
Alberta Teacher selected for Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence and Teaching Excellence in STEM! 2019-05-21 06:00:00Z 0 award,excellence,teacher
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SIC Hackathon: CS Pitches is a collaborative hackathon between undergraduate students with programming skills and high school computing science teachers in Edmonton. Four teachers pitched projects and 15-18 University students responded with solutions. By the end of the day, 8 projects were completed and added to DevOut GitHub.
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