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A map of Happy Valley.

Creating an Address Tool Using AI

Grade audience: Secondary - Adult

Anybody who’s lived in a small town is probably used to receiving directions  like, “Oh, I live in the house with the blue roof behind the Coop,” or “The Country Food store is just past the Arctic Survival Store.” 

Mshkiigwaatikohns Tea! Traditional Nerve Medicine

Mshkiigwaatikohns Tea! Traditional Nerve Medicine

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 12

In this tutorial, we will be learning about the medicinal properties of Tamarack bark tea and how to make Tamarack bark tea, or Mshkiigwaatikohns tea. We will be learning about traditional uses of Tamarack and why it’s known in First Nation communities as “nerve medicine”.

A mini greenhouse created out of a empty plastic dish, some dirt and lots of water to create an incubator for the seeds to grow.

Planting Traditional Medicine: Semaa; Oien’kwa’ón:we

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 12

In this tutorial, we will be learning about the traditional medicine semaa (tobacco) as it’s used by many First Nation groups and how to grow your own. Traditional tobacco is very different from commercial tobacco and is one of the four sacred medicines.

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.

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.

Designing Sound for Video Games

Designing Sound for Video Games

Grade audience: Grade 7 - Grade 12

This lesson shows you how to use audacity to edit sounds to create your own sound FX for a Seeking game made with Scratch!

An example of a regular expression in code.

Regular Expressions

Grade audience: Grade 11 - Grade 12

Students will learn about Regular Expressions in this module, what they are in theory and in practice. As well as how to search and navigate digital texts.