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Callysto is a free, online learning tool that helps Grades 5-12 students and teachers in Canada learn and apply in-demand data science skills including data analysis, visualization, coding, and computational thinking.
Creating educational content that supports data science skills development and promotes cross-cultural understanding is important to Callysto. The learning modules on this page were created in an effort to promote cross-cultural understanding as well as celebrate Indigenous culture.
Their latest module is Explore Fish Harvesting with Data Science
What is the impact of fish harvesting on the pink salmon population? In this learning module, recommended for Grades 9-12, students will learn about how to use data science techniques to explore the impact of fishing on pink salmon populations. It’s recommended that this notebook is used in conjunction with the notebook, “Discover Fish Traps with Data.”
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