CCSE is sharing much of its cyber safety material for free. They do have an offer for a three Garfield cyber comic book bundle for $17.00.
CIAS the creators of Cyber Threat Defender and other cyber games has downloadable content. You can download their games for free, which teach cyber defense and attack, cyber safety, and encryption. CIAS has also created content for elementary school children called Culture of Cybersecurity.
CodingWizards HQ is offering 46 free classes for coding websites and apps.
This is the first course in the cybersecurity pathway and will prepare students for an advanced cybersecurity course and/or cybersecurity certification(s). Students will learn cybersecurity topics such as software security, networking, system administration, and the basics of cryptography and programming.
CYBER.ORG empowers educators to teach cyber confidently, resulting in students with the skills and passion needed to succeed in the cyber workforce.
The Microsoft Education Center has many different activities for students. They have material for different age groups 3-6, 6-9, and 9-12.
NICERC is offering access to much of its curriculum.
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As a part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week is October 18 – 23. NIST has condensed a lot of good information here and especially under “Discovering Cybersecurity Careers”.
PC Matic, American cybersecurity firm, announced it is offering free cybersecurity and remote management tools to K-12 schools utilizing e-learning and non-profit organizations who are aiding in COVID-19 relief efforts
This program includes everything you need to teach a Cybersecurity course and help prepare students for industry-recognized certification: CompTIA Security+ and Microsoft MTA Security Fundamentals. The certification-driven text is designed with effective pedagogical elements – pretests and posttests, certification objectives, essential questions, key terms, and learning goals, plus formative and summative assessments and activities – to foster critical-thinking, research, and communication skills.
PLTW Computer Science empowers students to become creators, instead of merely consumers, of the technology all around them. The program engages students in collaborative projects that help them develop in-demand computer science knowledge as well as transportable skills like creative thinking and communication. And whether they’re creating an online art gallery or using automation to process and analyze DNA-sequence data, PLTW Computer Science students are seeing how their learning connects to the real world.
Cybersecurity is surely a mainstream term however we simplify the concept of Cybersecurity by providing the tools and knowledge to our students to gather information ethically. By doing so we provide abilities to understand the industry hard concept by comparing them to videos games and basic historical concepts. With the world around us changing every single day we find ourselves wanting to protect our information the best we possibly can. This course starts immediately with the history and concept of hacking. Join this course to go on a Cybersecurity Adventure!In this class students will learn about how to protect networks, computers, and data from malware,virus,attack, damage, and unauthorized access.
Teach Cyber is changing the future by preparing High School Instructors to deliver Cybersecurity Curricula. Check out what curriculums they have available now!