High School CyberTeacher Day 4-Online 2019

Prerequisites: completion of Day 1, 2, & 3 2019.

Complete and submit a final assignment and virtual connection: Continue to understand what options are available to their students as they begin to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Upon completion of all four days, participants will become NICERC Certified and be able to apply for additional endorsements to teach 27120-Intro to Programming Languages (HS), and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity (HS). The fee for additional endorsement is the sole responsibility of the participant. The participant is also responsible for completing CTE Application for Endorsement: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/IT_TITHSecApp61262.pdf and Endorsement Request Form: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/ITRequestForm61306.pdf.

High School CyberTeacher Day 4-Online 2019

Prerequisites: completion of Day 1, 2, & 3 2019.

Complete and submit a final assignment and virtual connection: Continue to understand what options are available to their students as they begin to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Upon completion of all four days, participants will become NICERC Certified and be able to apply for additional endorsements to teach 27120-Intro to Programming Languages (HS), and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity (HS). The fee for additional endorsement is the sole responsibility of the participant. The participant is also responsible for completing CTE Application for Endorsement: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/IT_TITHSecApp61262.pdf and Endorsement Request Form: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/ITRequestForm61306.pdf.

High School CyberTeacher Day 4-Online 2019

Prerequisites: completion of Day 1, 2, & 3 2019.

Complete and submit a final assignment and virtual connection:

Continue to understand what options are available to their students as they begin to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Upon completion of all four days, participants will become NICERC Certified and be able to apply for additional endorsements to teach 27120-Intro to Programming Languages (HS), and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity (HS). The fee for additional endorsement is the sole responsibility of the participant. The participant is also responsible for completing CTE Application for Endorsement: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/IT_TITHSecApp61262.pdf and Endorsement Request Form: http://www.nd.gov/cte/teacher-cert/docs/ITRequestForm61306.pdf.

High School CyberTeacher Day 3 2019

Prerequisites: High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019 (November 6) and High School CyberTeacher Day 2 2019 (Virtual)

Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 3 2019

Prerequisites: High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019 (October 22) and High School CyberTeacher Day 2 2019 (Virtual)

Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 3 2019

Prerequisites: High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019 (October 23) and High School CyberTeacher Day 2 2019 (Virtual)

Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 3 2019

Prerequisites: High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019 (October 8) and High School CyberTeacher Day 2 2019 (Virtual)

Teachers will continue to explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019

Introduction to NICERC and the Technology Platforms:

Begin to understand what options are available to their students as they start to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series (November 6, November 21 (virtual), December 3) fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019

Introduction to NICERC and the Technology Platforms:

Begin to understand what options are available to their students as they start to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series (October 23, November 5 (virtual), November 19) fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.

High School CyberTeacher Day 1 2019

Introduction to NICERC and the Technology Platforms:

Begin to understand what options are available to their students as they start to incorporate coding in the core subject areas. Teachers will explore NICERC’s Cyber Literacy course using the Parallax cyber:bot and the BBC micro:bit platforms to create complex builds that incorporate Python coding, a combination of tactile and infrared sensors, and dive deeper into the humanities that are at play in the world of privacy vs. security and artificial intelligence.

Completion of the workshop series (October 22, November 6 (virtual), November 22) fulfills requirements for North Dakota endorsements for 27120-Intro to Programming Languages and 27280-Intro to Cybersecurity.