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Introduction to Cybersecurity

Author: Digital Moment

Welcome to our Cybersecurity Curriculum, designed especially for youth, their parents and teachers. In this program, we'll explore the world of cybersecurity in a straightforward and practical way, using hands-on activities to reinforce your learning and understanding.

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Citizenship in the AI Era: a project to equip future teachers

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

In this report we present our findings from “Citoyenneté dans l’ère de l’IA,” a project done in collaboration with Education professors across Quebec. We share the core AI concepts that future teachers should become familiar with, and highlight some of the ethical implications that are beginning to affect the classroom and society at large.

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The Canadian Primer to Computational Thinking and Code

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

This primer is a clear & friendly introduction to what algorithms are, the strategies we use to make algorithms better (computational thinking), and how we turn them into computer algorithms (code) to use as creative tools. This resource also introduces the vocabulary necessary to learn and explore the basics of algorithms with others, even children.

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What is computational thinking? (Video)

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

In this video we describe what computational thinking means. We introduce and breakdown the four elements that make up the foundations of computational thinking: decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithmic thinking.

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Worksheet: What’s inside this project?

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

We created this worksheet to help learners build their computational thinking as they learn to code. Your students can use it as a scaffold to analyze an existing program, or to strategize how to build a new one. It doubles as an artifact for you, to see how your students interpret and understand a project. It’s part of our “sense-making” approach to teaching coding and digital skills.

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CCUNESCO’s Teacher Toolkit


This toolkit draws on a variety of resources to give educators a range of activities and best practices for students of all ages. Students will learn about human rights and global citizenship, sustainable development, climate action and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.

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Learning to code: A guide for grownups

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

We’ve put together this guide that covers the importance of families learning to code, together. This guide for grownups includes simple definitions for complex-sounding terms, top tips, and activities to help you feel more confident learning alongside the children you care for, as you help them to become more engaged digital citizens.

Digital Skill Map

Author: Kids Code Jeunesse

The Digital Skills Map is a framework designed to help teachers guide students in developing essential digital skills. It aids educators in integrating digital action in the classroom, fostering a growth mindset, and mentoring students in areas like computational thinking, coding, data handling, and AI. This map enhances teaching effectiveness and empowers students to explore, innovate, and become responsible digital citizens.