Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Learning Resources

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Below are different resources intended to continue experiential learning while we inhabit a virtual environment. We will be continuing to update this page over the next few months with more content.

Virtual CODEfest 2020

 

What is CODEfest?

CODEfest is a yearly summer event run by the Industry Education Council (IEC) in Partnership with Mohawk College. Grade 7 & 8 students are given the chance to complete interactive, hands-on coding activities. Our goal is to make students aware of their education and career options to help them set goals to pursue a career within the tech industry. We are working to offer CODEfest virtually this summer, and will continue to populate this site with updates, as well as content.

If you're looking form more information, click Learn More.

How It Works

Are you interested in participating, or curious to see how it works? Click the link below to get started.

How It Works

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HackStudent

What is HackStudent?

HackStudent is a partnership between Mohawk College and HackStudent to provide students with experiential learning opportunities in the fields of cyber security, internet of things and extended reality.

Previously, we had held full day, in person sessions where students would listen to a guest speaker before going between our emerging technology labs for demonstrations and guided activities.

While we look to continue these in person activities in the future, we want to continue supporting students in the current virtual environment.

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HackStudent Virtual Micro-Learning Modules

Our HackStudent Virtual Micro-Learning Modules are intended to provide insight into cyber security and internet of things topics in an accessible anytime, bite-sized format. Each module will only take a student 15 - 45 minutes to complete.

Topics include:

HackStudent Upcoming Live Sessions

The live sessions will consist of speaker presentations, demos and Q&As. The topics listed are subject to change. Our next round of live sessions will be coming in the Fall.

 

Previous sessions include:

  • Introduction to Cyber Security - Tuesday May 12
  • Tracking and Privacy - Wednesday, May 13
  • Social Engineering - Thursday, May 14
  • Phishing - Wednesday, May 20
  • Ethical Hacking - Thursday, May 21

Women in Technology and Trades (WiTT) Curriculum Kits

What are WiTT Curriculum Kits?

A curriculum kit looks at how ideas concepts and ideas in science, engineering, math, and technology work together to help students engage with STEM based curriculum and virtualizations in small achievable tasks. 

These kits are designed in concert with Women in Technology and Trades students at Mohawk College to ensure that the kits are interesting and appealing to a broad range of students. 

What age groups are these kits for?

Each kit provides guidance on the materials needed, suggested activities, and advice for both faculty and students on what the kit will help students to learn, and how to start using the kit

Where possible, curriculum targets for appropriate age groups and skill levels will be identified for each kit, which can be used to demonstrate, guide project work, or enable independent study for age appropriate levels.

Learning Resources for Students

This section will contain the presentations for each curriculum kit. These presentations will detail learning objectives related to curriculum, the process to complete the projects and list all need materials to complete the kits

Videos for Students

This section will contain guided videos and demonstrations for students to help them complete the project.

Videos for Instructors

This section will contain videos for instructors showing how they can lead their students through the kits.

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We’re here for you to support applications and admissions by providing online and virtual service.

 

Applied and have questions?
The admissions team is available to help, you can contact them via Admissions or by phone at 1-844-767-6871.

 

Haven’t applied and need help?
Connect with an advisor by email at discover [at] mohawkcollege.ca or phone 905-575-2460.

Contact us

Questions? Please contact:

Lucas Robinson

Academic Integration Specialist

lucas.robinson [at] mohawkcollege.ca