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## Featured Modules

### Happy Pi Day!

Celebrate Pi Day with our Pi Day module! Students will learn what Pi is and how they can combine coding with Pi. To enhance the learning experience, we recommend pairing this lesson with a slice (or two) of actual pie.

### Social Studies/Math 5+: Salish Baskets

Explore geometric motifs and patterns while learning about traditional basket weaving of the Tla’amin Nation. In the first notebook, students will be able to create their own motif, and in the second, they can display it in a 3D model. ***Click on “binder_init.ipynb” notebook to start and follow the instructions.***

### Science 9: Incorporating Live Water Treatment Readings

In this science lab, students are asked to measure and record the conductivity of different solutions and are able to compare their results with live readings from the local water treatment plant.

### English Language Arts 10-12: Shakespeare and Statistics

Students will import the classic Shakespearean texts Macbeth and Hamlet, and perform a statistical analysis of proper nouns in each.

**Social Studies 11: Bubonic Plague Outbreak Modelling**

Students will learn about modelling and interactively simulating a disease outbreak like the Bubonic Plague.

### Math 7-11: Flipping (Unlimited) Coins to Show Number Probabilities

A classic statistics experiment is simply counting how many “heads” and “tails” students observe when flipping a coin repeatedly. This notebook allows them to flip an infinite number of coins.

### General/Art: Drawing with Turtles

Even if you weren’t programming in the late 1960s, you can experience the joy of line drawing with virtual turtles.

## Curriculum Modules

Subject | Grade | Title | Description | Link | Date Added (yyyymmdd) |
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English Language Arts | 5 | Introduction to Poetry Concepts | Introduce poetry concepts such as haiku, diamante, and limerick poems | Click | 2020/02/04 |

English Language Arts | 11 | Shakespeare and Statistics | Explore the works of shakespeare from a statistical perspective. Can you discover the most important themes and characters based on word counts alone? | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Languages | 5-9 | French Verb Coding | Learn verb conjugation in French (code is shown) | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Languages | 5-9 | French Verb Conjugation | Learn verb conjugation in French (code is hidden) | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Counting Triangles | Counting triangles math puzzle | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 12 | Intervals (where inequality is satisfied) | Graph and analyze polynomial functions (limited to polynomial functions of degree ? 5 ) | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Rates, Ratios and Proportional Reasoning | Solve problems that involve rates, ratios and proportional reasoning | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Fraction Addition | Demonstrate an understanding of adding and subtracting positive fractions and mixed numbers, with like and unlike denominators, concretely, pictorially and symbolically (limited to positive sums and differences) | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 9 | Order of Operations | Explain and apply the order of operations, including exponents, with and without technology | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 12 | Root-finding Algorithms | Demonstrate an understanding of factoring polynomials of degree greater than 2 | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 11 | Appreciation of Mathematics in Society | Develop an appreciation of the role of mathematics in society | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 12 | Interpret and Assess Odds | Interpret and assess the validity of odds and probability statements | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 11 | Budget and Banking Assignment | Solve problems that involve personal budgets | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Outliers and Central Tendency | Determine the effect on the mean, median and mode when an outlier is included in a data set | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 11 | Fibonacci Numbers | Learn about the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden ratio | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Geometry Basics - Shape | Learn about height, depth, thickness, perimeter and circumference concepts to solve problems in everyday contexts | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Geometry Basics - Space | Use measurement concepts, appropriate tools and results of measurements to solve problems in everyday contexts | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Oral and Written Patterns | Demonstrate an understanding of oral and written patterns and their equivalent linear relations | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Central Tendency | Demonstrate an understanding of central tendency and range | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Geometry Basics Time | Use measurement concepts, appropriate tools and results of measurements to solve problems in everyday contexts | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Create label and interpret line graphs | Learn to plot data as line graphs in Python | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 11 | Radicands | Solve problems that involve operations on radicals and radical expressions with numerical and variable radicands (limited to square roots) | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Geometry Basics - Shape and space | Learn about height, depth, thickness, perimeter and circumference concepts to solve problems in everyday contexts.Use measurement concepts, appropriate tools and results of measurements to solve problems in everyday contexts | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Transformations of Objects and Shapes | Perform and describe transformations (translations, rotations or reflections) of a 2-D shape in all four quadrants of a Cartesian plane | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 7 | Transformations of Objects and Shapes [Exercises] | [Exercises] Perform and describe transformations (translations, rotations or reflections) of a 2-D shape in all four quadrants of a Cartesian plane | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 12 | Represent data, using sinusoidal functions, to solve problems. | Represent data, using sinusoidal functions, to solve problems | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | The Pythagorean Theorem | Develop and apply the Pythagorean theorem to solve problems | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 8 | Approximating Non-perfect Square Roots | Determine the approximate square root of numbers that are not perfect squares | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 10 | Binary Decimal Conversion | Binary and numbers in other bases | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Mathematics | 11 | Fibonacci Numbers | Develop number sense and logical reasoning | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 7 | Linear Relationships | Learn about linear relationships | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 12 | Laws of Logarithms | Demonstrate an understanding of the product, quotient and power laws of logarithms | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 8 | Graph and Analyze Two-variable Linear Relations | Graph and analyze two-variable linear relations | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 8 | Independent Probability | Solve problems involving the probability of independent events | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 7 | Percentages | Learn about problems involving percents from 1% to 100% | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 8 | Data Representation | Critique ways in which data is presented in circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 8 | Visualizing Fraction Multiplication | Develop a visual understanding of multiplying fractions | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 7 | Area of a Parallelogram | Develop and apply a formula for determining the area of a parallelogram | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 8 | Multiplication and Division of Fractions | Develop an understanding of multiplying and dividing fractions | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 12 | Horizontal and Vertical Translations | Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of horizontal and vertical translations on the graphs of functions | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 5-12 | Pi Day | Learn about and interact with Pi related activities | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Mathematics | 5-12 | Coast Salish Basket Motifs | Explore geometric motifs and patterns while learning about traditional basket weaving of the Tla'amin Nation. In this notebook, students will be able to create their own motif | Click | 2019/01/24 |

Mathematics | 5-12 | Coast Salish Basket Motifs | Explore geometric motifs and patterns while learning about traditional basket weaving of the Tla'amin Nation. In this notebook they can display it in a 3D model | Click | 2019/01/24 |

Mathematics | 9-12 | Rich Math Problems | A series of notebooks composed of rich math problems that can be used in a classroom setting to teach and reinforce computational thinking | Click | 2019/01/24 |

Mathematics | 11 | Develop Statistical Reasoning | Demonstrate an understanding of normal distribution, including standard deviation, z-scores | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 12 | Cryptography Cyphers | A lesson in the basics of cyptography and its cyphers | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 12 | Compositions of Functions | Explore operations on and compositions of functions | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 7-12 | Flipping Coins | A classic statistics experiment is simply counting how many “heads” and “tails” students observe when flipping a coin repeatedly. This notebook allows them to flip an infinite number of coins. | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 12 | Analyze Radical Functions | Introduction to graphing and analyzing radical functions | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 11 | Inductive and Deductive Reasoning | Analyze and prove conjectures, using inductive and deductive reasoning, to solve problems | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Mathematics | 12 | Effects of Reflections on graphs of functions | Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of reflections on the graphs of functions and their related equations | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Science | 11 | Static And Kinetic Forces of Friction Acting on an Object | Explain, qualitatively and quantitatively, static and kinetic forces of friction acting on an object | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 10 | Mathematics of Sound | Learn about the connection between sound vibrations and beats, chirps, and pulses | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 10 | Mathematics of Pitch | Learn about the connection between the pitch of notes and fractions | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 12 | Non-logarithmic Half Life Calculations | Perform simple, nonlogarithmic half-life calculations | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 9 | Concentration and pH | Identify processes for measuring the quantity of different substances in the environment and for monitoring air and water quality | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 9 | Sources of Energy | Explore different renewable and non-renewable sources of energy | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 7 | Thermal Expansion | Describe the nature of thermal energy and its effects on different forms of matter, using informal observations, experimental evidence and models | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 9 | Exploring the Solar System | Explore about the origins and astronomical bodies of our solar system and the universe | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 11 | Specific and Latent Heat | Analyze, qualitatively and quantitatively, the effect of heat on matter during temperature changes and changes of state using kinetic molecular theory | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 7 | Methods Used in Studying the Earth | Describe and demonstrate methods used in the scientific study of Earth and in observing and interpreting its component materials | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 7 | Heat and Temperature: Nature of Thermal Energy | Describe the nature of thermal energy and its effects on different forms of matter, using informal observations, experimental evidence and models | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 12 | Alpha, Beta and Gamma Radiation | Describe the nature and properties, including the biological effects, of alpha, beta and gamma radiation | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 11 | Reflections of Light | Examine, using physical materials, ray diagrams and mathematical equations, how waves reflect from a variety of barriers | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 11 | Classifying Chemical Reactions | Predict products of the five basic types of chemical reactions and evaluate the impact of these reactions on society and the environment | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 8 | Light and Optical Systems | Investigate and explain the science of image formation and vision | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 10 | Balancing Chemical Equations | Represent chemical reactions and conservation of mass symbolically using models, word and skeleton equations and balanced chemical equations | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 11 | Newton's Second Law | Apply Newton's second law of motion to explain, qualitatively, the relationships among net force, mass and acceleration | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 11 | Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants | Use stoichiometry to determine the relative amounts of substances consumed and produced in chemical reactions | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 7 | Heat and Temperature | Explain how human needs have led to technologies for obtaining and controlling thermal energy and to increased use of energy resources | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 7-10 | Science Lab Report Template | An interactive template for science lab reports including entering and graphing observational data | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Science | 8 | Light Transmission | Investigate the transmission of light, and describe its interaction with different surfaces | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Science | 11 | Newton's Third Law | Learn about Newton's third law of motion | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Science | 11 | Uniform and Uniformly Accelerated Motion | Develop qualitative and quantitative understanding of uniform and uniformly accelerated motion | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Science | 11 | Projectile Motion | Explore and model projectile motion | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Science | 10 | Climate Change | Relate climate to the characteristics of the world’s major biomes, and compare biomes in different regions of the world | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Science | 7 | Electrical Conductivity | In this lab experiment, students are asked to measure and record the conductivity of different solutions, and are able to compare their results with live readings from the local water treatment plant | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Science | 12 | Nuclear Decay | Explore simulations of the nuclear decay of elements and half life calculations | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Science | 11 | Newton's First Law | Explore Newton's First Law with simulations | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Communication and Globalization | Learn about how telecommunications is making the world more connected | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Music is Ubiquitous | Analyze a Spotify dataset and learn about artists from around the world | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Trade and Globalization | Learn about how goods are traded globally | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Languages an important identity in globalizing world | Learn about the languages from around the world that connect us | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Migration necessity for diversity | Examine patterns in human migration from around the world | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 7-12 | Sustainability a side effect of globalization | Examine how human globalization has impact our environment | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Social Studies | 8 | Bubonic Plague timeline. | Learn about the progression of the bubonic plague | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Social Studies | 11 | Bubonic Plague timeline. | Learn about the bubonic plague and model its progression | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Social Studies | 11 | The Geography of Residential Schools | Students will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of residential schools on Indigenous children. | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Social Studies | 5 | Geographic Progression of American Revolution | Explore an interactive timeline of the American Revolution with lessons in geography | Click | 2018/09/17 |

Technology Studies | 12 | Introduction to Data Structures in Python | Investigate types of data structures and the advantages of organizing data in different ways using Python | Click | 2020/02/04 |

Technology Studies | 5-12 | Introduction to Python Classes | Learn about Python classes | Click | 2019/03/15 |

Technology Studies | 5-12 | Introduction to Python | Learn the basics of Python and algorithms in this introductory notebook | Click | 2018/09/17 |