Each year after camp, teacher-participants create a lesson plan derived from camp ideas and activities that they can imagine teaching in their own classroom, and come back together at a Fall workshop to share materials they have created (reflections, course proposals, lesson plans, instructional modules, assessments). A selection of these final projects can be found below.
Like our camp, these projects cross subjects and disciplines, offering new ideas for how to introduce cybersecurity and computing concepts in classes as diverse as Art, Biology, Math, History, and Social Studies. By integrating cyber concepts into a wide range of courses, we hope to expose a wider range of students to cybersecurity and computing than those who might opt-in to a technical elective.
- HS - Algebra 2 - Introducing Encryption with Function Machines - Brian Walters [Overview Presentation]
- HS - Algebra 2 - Introducing Encryption with Function Machines - Brian Walters [Resources]
- HS - 10th Grade World History - Cryptology in History - Alexis Lund
- HS - Public Key Encryption - Ricardo Alonso
- HS - RSA Encryption - Adam Bander
- MS - 6th Grade Social Studies - Lying vs Hacking - Breanna Webb
- MS - Art History - "Night at the Museum" Code Breaking Lesson - Malynda Shook [Overview Presentation]
- MS - Art History - "Night at the Museum" Code Breaking Lesson - Malynda Shook [Lesson Plan]
- HS - Biology - DNA Cryptography - Kerryn Henderson [Overview Presentation]
- HS - Biology - DNA Cryptography - Kerryn Henderson [Multi-Lesson Unit]
- HS - CyberSecurity Elective Course Map - Travis Grail-Bingham and Loriann Schmidt
- HS - IBSL Computer Science - Matrices as a Cipher Encryption Technique - Richard Tinling
- HS - AP English - CyberEthics - Jake Wyley
- HS - 10 Principles - Brent McClain