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This computer science webpage features information supporting each part of Ohio’s educational system: Ohio’s Learning Standards, the model curricula, assessments and additional resources to help teachers in their classrooms. Click on each section of the graphic below to explore how these components work together.
This is a link to the Ohio Department of Education Office of Career Technical Education Information Technology Webpage. This page contains resources including the Technical Content Standards, course outlines and other information that supports Ohio's Information Technology offerings.
This lesson is designed to teach students about threats to passwords and safe password practices. Please see attached Passwords Lesson Plan document for more. Note that this activity may take longer with younger students.
Mentors are very valuable to your cyber club. Having individuals with subject matter expertise in information technology and cyber security will help your club focus on knowledge and skills attainment.
This lesson is designed to teach students about social engineering threats and how to protect against them. Please see attached Social Engineering Lesson Plan document for more. Note that this activity may take longer with younger students.
The Cyber Club Toolkit is designed to hep schools and other civic organizations create and run cyber clubs in Ohio.
The toolkit will include cyber security activities, career resources and other links to help students understand how cyber security impacts everyone and that there are significant current and future employment opportunities in this field.
Many of these materials will be created by Ohio educators, industry partners and government agencies and will be available for school, after school clubs and other youth organizations in Ohio.