Security Mentor - Data Security Awareness
When face to face, we know who our friends are. But in a virtual world, it’s not easy to know who to trust. Our newest course – created in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Education’s Security Awareness Campaign, is now available!
This course contains the second half of the Security Mentor modules, which focus on social networking, a variety of security topics, and protecting sensitive information. Modules 1-6 were released throughout the 2018-2019 school year, course code TCB19055.
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Traffic Shaping and ManipulationIn this course we look at the tools used by network administrators and analysts to secure a network by monitoring and controlling its traffic.
Neuroscience and the ClassroomThe final three neuroscience courses are now available from the Annenberg Learner series, Neuroscience and the Classroom. This series of courses is intended for K-12 educators who wish to learn more about how our brains function and the implications of neuroscience on effective teaching and learning. Annenberg Learner provides several useful resources within this series, including interactives, helpful visuals, a glossary, and a list of teaching issues that can be traced back to neuroscience.
Chemistry: Challenges and SolutionsThe videos within these courses are part of the series, Chemistry: Challenges and Solutions, a collaboration of Annenberg Learner and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. These 4 courses include Organizing Atoms and Electrons, Making Molecules, Quantifying Chemical Reactions, and The Energy in Chemical Reactions.
Busing on the Lookout - Truckers Against TraffickingWhen building an army to fight a crime like human trafficking, the bus industry has a key role to fill. Through their sheer numbers, extensive travels, and the nature of their jobs, members of the bus industry—commercial and school—are uniquely positioned to provide an extra set of eyes and ears for law enforcement in recovering victims and arresting traffickers.
The Science of Reading Part Ten: MorphologyMorphology, or the study of the forms of words, when embedded in deep research-based vocabulary instruction, helps students become better readers, writers, and thinkers. One of the perks of morphological study in vocabulary is that you do not have to be, or even act like, the expert – it’s all about exploring words with students to help them uncover meaning and deepen their understanding.
Knowing Normal: Recognizing Traffic PatternsKnowing what normal looks like in a network is key in understanding it but is also important in troubleshooting problems that might arise in that network. Learning the steps to find, track, and interpret network data are crucial skills to learn in a world where so much of what we do depends on those systems functioning efficiently. In this module, we take the first steps through exploration using tools within the Cyber Range that gather data from a network. We also begin the practice of properly recording network data.
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