Class 4 : Cyber Security for Young Champions

Course Objectives Course Goal: Introduce children in 4th grade to the basics of cyber security in a fun and engaging way, ... Show more
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Cybersecurity

Introduction

Course Goal: Introduce children in 4th grade to the basics of cyber security in a fun and engaging way, focusing on building essential skills to navigate the digital world safely.

Number of Chapters: 10

Structure: Each chapter will have two sections:

  • Understanding the Basics (Controls 1-5): Introduce key concepts through interactive activities, stories, and games.
  • Level Up! (Controls 6-10): Apply those concepts in more challenging scenarios and exercises, encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving.

Chapter Topics:

  1. Cyber World Adventures: What is the internet? Exploring online safety rules.
  2. Password Potions: Creating strong and unique passwords.
  3. Shield Up!: Recognizing and avoiding phishing attempts.
  4. Privacy Patrol: Learning about personal information and online privacy.
  5. Sharing Smartly: Understanding what’s okay to share online and what’s not.
  6. Cyber Superheroes: Identifying cyberbullying and reporting it safely.
  7. Digital Detectives: Spotting suspicious links and downloads.
  8. Safe Surfing: Using search engines responsibly and critically evaluating information.
  9. Gaming Guardians: Maintaining safety and security while playing online games.
  10. Cyber Champions Unite!: Reflecting on learnings and becoming responsible digital citizens.

Chapter 1:

  • Control 1: Identify different devices used to access the internet (computer, tablet, phone).
  • Control 2: Explain the importance of asking permission before going online.
  • Control 3: List simple online safety rules (e.g., not sharing personal information).
  • Control 4: Play an interactive game about navigating a safe online environment.
  • Control 5: Create a short skit about responsible online behavior. Chapter 5:
  • Control 6: Differentiate between public and private information.
  • Control 7: Practice refusing requests to share private information online.
  • Control 8: Design a poster about online privacy tips.
  • Control 9: Role-play a scenario where someone asks for personal information online.
  • Control 10: Write a short story about a character who protects their online privacy.

Progression:

  • Each chapter builds upon the previous one, gradually increasing the difficulty of controls and activities.
  • Advanced controls encourage research, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Activities and assessments cater to different learning styles and keep children engaged.

Remember:

  • Adapt the difficulty level of controls and activities to suit the specific age and understanding of your 4th graders.
  • Make learning fun and interactive! Use games, activities, and visual aids to keep children engaged.
  • Encourage open communication and answer questions honestly.
  • Celebrate achievements and progress throughout the course.

 

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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Class 4 : Cyber Security for Young Champions