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These resources are very important as the curriculum modules chosen for development are from the current K-12 Alberta curriculum. Although Alberta is currently undergoing a curriculum review, the modules selected for development are core learning concepts (e.g. functions in math) that will apply to future curriculums. If you want more information about the curriculum module you are developing, please visit the links below.
These resources were suggested to us by a group of K-12 teacher advisors. They contain information that is relevant to the development of Jupyter notebooks for the classroom.
Curated collection of educational resources sorted by grade and resource type.
Collection of hundreds of lesson plans and learning activities for BC teachers sorted by grade subject and resource type.
Callysto Shorts Jupyter Book of commonly used code in our notebooks.
Lecture notes on Jupyter and Python written in part by Fernando Perez, the creator of Jupyter.
Color brewer to select your color schemes.
Basics you should know.
Further reading on infovis techniques.
Perceptual edge is a treasure trove of infovis.
A gallery of concept visualizations.
Please only list databases we are actively using or plan to use.