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Constellations on a blue background.

Constellation and Stellar Knowledge

Grade audience: Secondary

Students will learn about constellations and to describe the role of celestial objects in the traditions and beliefs of selected cultures and civilizations.

Solar systems on a blue background.

Understanding Our Solar System

Grade audience: Grade 4 - Grade 6

In this lesson, students come to understand the solar system in which they live. They will learn what makes a planet habitable and why most planets are inhabitable.

A drawn moon and stars.

Exploring the Moon

Grade audience: Primary

Students will be “over the moon” for this lesson, as they will be asked to observe the moon over a period of two months, document their observations, and learn the phases of the moon together as a class.

A close up of a sensor.

The Environmental Impact from Climate Change

Grade audience: Grade 3 - Grade 4

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.

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.” 

Webcam interface for the people selection.

Introduction to Machine Learning

Grade audience: Primary - Grade 3

In this lesson, students learn how a computer can be taught to categorize objects. This is something students already have experience with.

A student typing on a keyboard.

Turing Tests

Grade audience: Grade 4 - Grade 6

When artificial intelligence (AI) advances to a certain level, it may be possible to have conversations with machines that feel like speaking to a human. This exercise tests the current state of AI to see whether we can be fooled.

A poster that reads "I am beautiful, my weight does not define me."

Building a Positive Body Image in a Digital Media Society

Grade audience: Grade 4 - Grade 6

Introduction In this module, students examine body image and pressures on girls and boys to have the “perfect” body. Students will learn how digital media portrays “perfect bodies” and will challenge what they see in social media and on the internet. From a practical standpoint, students will identify factors and pressures that affect healthy and … Continued

Artwork by TritzChristophe.

Combining Magicavoxel & Krita

Grade audience: Middle - Grade 12

In these video tutorials learners will be introduced to topics such as rendering, photo editing, effects, lighting, transparent images, layer use, and more.

A close-up shot of a bee.

Construct A Bee Hotel

Grade audience: Grade 1 - Grade 3

In this lesson students will construct a bee hotel to help worker bees find a safe spot to rest during their busy days.

Inuksuk in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

Inuit Principles of Conservation: Serving Others

Grade audience: Grade 4 - Grade 6

Students will learn the Inuit perspective on serving others through pijitsirniq and how this is linked to the concept of becoming a respectful steward in life through avattimik kamatsiarniq.