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The Environmental Impact from Climate Change

Grade audience: Grade 3 - Grade 6

In this lesson, students will expand on their learning from lesson one (Introduction to Nattiit, Ringed Seal)  and build their understanding for how the nattiit are being impacted by climate change and human activity.

Water Monitoring Project

Water Monitoring Project

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 8

In this lesson, students continue learning how to use the micro:bit in a hands-on lesson in which they develop and test a water quality monitoring system. 

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How Telescopes Work

Grade audience: Middle - Secondary

This infographic explores four different types of telescopes, where they are used, and how scientists use physics to combine different lenses and mirrors to learn more about space.

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Introduction to Zoom

Grade audience: Secondary - Adult

Zoom is an example of a video conferencing platform used specifically for hosting meetings virtually by using a camera and microphone on your device (computer, tablet or smartphone).

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Intermediate Google Workspace Part 2

Grade audience: Adult

This learning program has been divided into two courses: Introduction to Google Workspace and Advanced Google Workspace. The second course is intended to provide learners with practical training on using the advanced features of Google Workspace. This course focuses on collaborative and integrated google tools that work together with other tools. Learning Objectives By the … Continued

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The Root & STEM Podcast

We’re excited to launch a new podcast, bringing you an audio version of everything you love about Root & STEM.

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Working with Drives, Folders and Files – MacOS

Grade audience: Adult

This course is designed for an adult learner interested in understanding how files are stored and organized by computers. The course will cover the basics of naming and organizing files, using removable drives such as USB sticks, and an introduction to working with online storage systems such as Google Drive and OneDrive.

Introduction to Project Management

Introduction to Project Management

Grade audience: Adult

This course is intended to provide the learner with an introduction to project management and the key considerations when selecting a methodology.  An overview of two approaches (Waterfall and Agile) will be provided along with a more in depth focus on the PRINCE2 methodology.  The learner will complete quizzes throughout the course to demonstrate their … Continued

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Success in Online Learning Part 1

Grade audience: Adult

Transitioning to Online Learning can be scary and exciting all at the same time. For some of us, this will be the very first time we have used technology in this way;  for others it might be a time to spread our wings! This course will start by introducing you to the basics of online … Continued

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Build an Aquifer

Grade audience: Primary - Grade 8

Watering your plants evenly throughout is almost impossible so use mother nature as an example and build your own aquifer!

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Coded Cooking: Homemade Pizza

Grade audience: Primary - Grade 12

Step by step coding can be a very difficult process to go through, even the tiniest mistake can result in a bug that crashes the game. A great way to display this is through cooking, and what better food than pizza!

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Unplugged Coding: Binary Decoding

Grade audience: Grade 1 - Grade 3

This unplugged coding activity challenges learners to decode a secret message written in binary code. In this activity learners will explore the computational thinking methods of decomposition. Learners will break down the binary code to represent single letters then arrange them in the blanks to uncover the secret message.

Game Narrative in Detail: Step Four, Five, Six, Seven

Game Narrative in Detail: Step Four, Five, Six, Seven

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 12

This tutorial will take a detailed look at the last 4 steps involved in creating a video game narrative and provide the learner with more direction to finish writing their own narrative.

A race car made out of bottle caps, popsicle sticks, and straws.

Engineer Your Own Race Car

Grade audience: Grade 1 - Grade 6

In this activity learners will create their very own race car using recycled and other materials. Learners will also explore the idea of storing energy in an elastic band and how we can use that energy to move their engineered race car forward.

Game Narrative in Detail: Step One, Two, Three

Game Narrative in Detail: Step One, Two, Three

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 12

This tutorial will take a detailed look at the first 3 steps involved in creating a video game narrative and provide the learner with more direction to get started on writing their own narrative.