Welcome to Callysto! Below are modules (also referred to as ‘notebooks’) for you to try out. These modules demonstrate:
- how easy Callysto is to use
- the interactive ways in which Callysto can enhance existing curricula
- the multitude of computing capabilities the learning platform has to offer.
- Click on your preferred module
- Login to the Callysto Hub
- Once in the module/notebook, click on “Cell” and then “Run All” *
- Explore, play, experiment and have fun tinkering!
*Notebooks may take a minute to load.
NOTE: Please do not use Edge Browser to view these modules. Use with Google Chrome is recommended.
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.**
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.
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.
|Aboriginal Studies||11||The Geography of Residential Schools||Students will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of residential schools on Aboriginal children.||Interactive Link|
|Aboriginal Studies||5-12||Coast Salish Basket Motifs||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.||Interactive Link|
|Computer Science||5-12||Introduction to Python||Learn the basics of Python and algorithms in this introductory notebook||Interactive Link|
|English||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?||Interactive Link|
|Math||11||Develop number sense and logical reasoning.||Analyze and prove conjectures, using inductive and deductive reasoning, to solve problems.||Interactive Link|
|Math||11||Develop Statistical Reasoning.||Demonstrate an understanding of normal distribution, including standard deviation, z-scores.||Interactive Link|
|Math||12||Compositions of functions||Explore operations on and compositions of functions||Interactive Link|
|Math||12||Analyze radical functions.||Introduction to graphing and analyzing radical functions.||Interactive Link|
|Math||12||Cryptography cyphers.||A lesson in the basics of cyptography and its cyphers||Interactive Link|
|Math||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.||Interactive Link|
|Math||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.||Interactive Link|
|Math||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. Each rich math problem can be scaffolded so that learners first develop algorithms to solve the problem and then they test them computationally within the notebooks.||Interactive Link|
|Physics||11||Newton's First Law||Explore Newton's First Law with simulations||Interactive Link|
|Physics||11||Projectile Motion||Explore and model projectile motion||Interactive Link|
|Physics||12||Nuclear Decay||Explore simulations of the nuclear decay of elements and half life calculations||Interactive Link|
|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.||Interactive Link|
|Science||10||Climate Change||Relate climate to the characteristics of the world’s major biomes, and compare biomes in different regions of the world||Interactive Link|
|Social Science||5||Geographic Progression of American Revolution||Explore an interactive timeline of the American Revolution with lessons in geography||Interactive Link|
|Social Studies||8||Bubonic Plague timeline.||Learn about the bubonic plague and model its progression||Interactive Link|
|Math||8||Data Representation||Critique ways in which data is presented in circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs.||Interactive Link|
|Math||11||Fibonacci Numbers||Learn about the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden ratio.||Interactive Link|
|Math||8||Visualizing Fraction Multiplication||Develop a visual understanding of multiplying fractions.||Interactive Link|
|Math||8||Independent Probability||Solve problems involving the probability of independent events.||Interactive Link|
|Math||7||Area of a Parallelogram||Develop and apply a formula for determining the area of a parallelogram.||Interactive Link|
|Math||7||Linear Relationships||Learn about linear relationships.||Interactive Link|
|Math||7||Percentages||Learn about problems involving percents from 1% to 100%.||Interactive Link|
|Math||7||Area of a Triangle||Develop and apply a formula for determining the area of a triangle.||Interactive Link|
|Math||12||Horizontal and Vertical Translations||Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of horizontal and vertical translations on the graphs of functions.||Interactive Link|
|Math||8||Graphing Two Variables||Graph and analyze two-variable linear relations.||Interactive Link|
|Math||12||Product and Quotient Laws||Understand the product and quotient laws of logarithms.||Interactive Link|
|Math||8||Multiplication and Division of Fractions||Develop an understanding of multiplying and dividing fractions.||Interactive Link|
|Physics||8||Light Transmission||Investigate the transmission of light, and describe its interaction with different surfaces.||Interactive Link|
|Physics||11||Newton's Third Law||Learn about Newton's third law of motion.||Interactive Link|
|Physics||11||Uniform and Uniformly Accelerated Motion||Develop qualitative and quantitative understanding of uniform and uniformly accelerated motion.||Interactive Link|
|Computer Science||5-12||Introduction to Python Classes||Learn about Python classes.||Interactive Link|
|Computer Science||12||ASL Leap Motion||Learn about a program to interpret American Sign Language symbols using a Leap Motion Controller.||Interactive Link|
|Math||5-12||Pi Day||Learn about and interact with Pi related activities.||Interactive Link|