One of the more ambitious goals of the Callysto project is to improve the computational thinking and digital literacy skills of Canadian teachers and students through the use of our platform. Assessing these skills, and determining if there have been any signs of improvements, is no easy matter. This is why we’ve teamed up with … Continue reading Groundbreaking research assesses the computational thinking skills of Canadian students and teachers
Internships offer students real-life work experience in a prospective career field. This past summer, four high school interns joined Callysto’s development team to gain some real-world experience, while helping to provide a unique student perspective on five of Callysto’s learning modules. In this post, we spoke to three of our interns (Chloe Coleongco, Noah Gergel, … Continue reading Three high schoolers bring a unique perspective to developing Juypter Notebooks.
By Andrew Klaus, Senior Developer for Cybera To reinforce the security and privacy of Callysto users’ personal information, we have launched a new authentication feature for the platform. Authentication provides users with a simple access experience to Callysto (and the platform on which Callysto is based, Jupyter), while ensuring users’ login credentials and online identities … Continue reading How does Callysto keep student and teacher data secure?
This past August, myself and fellow Cybera data sciencer Byron Chu, as well as some colleagues from the Pacific Institute of Mathematics (PIMS), travelled to New York to attend JupyterCon. JupyterCon is an annual event for both users and developers of Jupyter notebooks to come together to discuss how they are using or improving this … Continue reading JupyterCon: (Some of) The Callysto Team Goes Global!
As part of our ongoing blog series to introduce you to the people of Callysto, today we’ll introduce you to the Callysto project lead workshop instructor for Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario: Joshua Lecoupe. A lifelong science and fitness fanatic, Josh is tapping into his knowledge (and stamina) to help teachers understand how to use Callysto … Continue reading The people behind Callysto: Meet one of our lead instructors, Joshua
We ask a lot of our Callysto team. These hard-working individuals are building the tools that are helping to bring computational thinking to Canadian classrooms! They’re managing everything from workshop logistics issues, to developing new online textbooks for students and teachers. Rarely do they bask in the glory of finishing the last workshop or textbook … Continue reading Getting to know our BC Ambassador Richard Hoshino