Class 5 : Cyber Security Super Hero

Course Objectives Understand the importance of cyber security. Identify online threats and risks. Practice safe online behavior. Protect personal information. Use strong passwords and online ... Show more
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Course Structure: 10 Chapters with 10 progressive activities per chapter.

Overall Goal: Equip students with foundational knowledge and skills to navigate the online world safely and responsibly.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of cyber security.
  • Identify online threats and risks.
  • Practice safe online behavior.
  • Protect personal information.
  • Use strong passwords and online accounts securely.
  • Identify phishing attempts and scams.
  • Be responsible digital citizens.

Chapters and Activities:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Cyber Security

  • Activity 1: What is cyberspace? (Interactive map/game)
  • Activity 2: Identifying online tools and activities. (Discussion, Brainstorming)
  • Activity 3: Good guys vs. bad guys in cyberspace. (Role-playing)
  • Activity 4: Why is cyber security important? (Real-life examples)
  • Activity 5: Setting SMART cyber security goals. (Personal project planning)

Chapter 2: Password Power

  • Activity 1: Password basics: length, complexity, uniqueness. (Storytelling, Password creation game)
  • Activity 2: Identifying weak passwords. (Interactive game)
  • Activity 3: Creating strong passwords using mnemonics. (Memory techniques)
  • Activity 4: Password safety practices: sharing, storing. (Scenarios, Role-playing)
  • Activity 5: Password manager introduction. (Simple demonstration) Chapter

3: Personal Information Protection

  • Activity 1: Identifying personal information you share online. (Discussion, Group activity)
  • Activity 2: Recognizing risks of sharing personal information. (Case studies, Scenarios)
  • Activity 3: Safe practices for social media use. (Online safety tips, Role-playing)
  • Activity 4: Understanding privacy settings and adjustments. (Interactive demonstration)
  • Activity 5: Creating a personal information protection plan. (Personal activity sheet)

Chapter 4: Recognizing Phishing Attempts

  • Activity 1: What is phishing? (Interactive story, Video example)
  • Activity 2: Identifying red flags in suspicious emails/messages. (Group activity, Critical thinking)
  • Activity 3: Safe practices for email and message handling. (Interactive quiz, Role-playing)
  • Activity 4: Creating a phishing awareness poster. (Group project)
  • Activity 5: Learning about website security and encryption. (Simple explanation, Visual representations)

Chapter 5: Strong Online Accounts

  • Activity 1: Understanding two-factor authentication (2FA). (Demonstration, Interactive explanation)
  • Activity 2: Enabling 2FA on different platforms. (Guided practice)
  • Activity 3: Importance of regular account updates and password changes. (Discussion, Interactive timeline)
  • Activity 4: Responsible online gaming practices. (Safe gameplay tips, Scenario analysis)
  • Activity 5: Recognizing and reporting suspicious account activity. (Role-playing, Reporting exercise)

Chapter 6: Cyberbullying and Online Safety

  • Activity 1: Defining cyberbullying and its impact. (Video example, Real-life stories)
  • Activity 2: Identifying different forms of cyberbullying. (Group discussion, Brainstorming)
  • Activity 3: Safe online communication strategies. (Respectful communication tips, Role-playing)
  • Activity 4: Bystander intervention techniques for cyberbullying. (Scenario-based practice)
  • Activity 5: Seeking help and reporting cyberbullying. (Resources, Role-playing)

Chapter 7: Digital Footprint and Privacy

  • Activity 1: Understanding digital footprint and its implications. (Simulation, Online footprint visualization)
  • Activity 2: Managing your digital footprint responsibly. (Privacy settings adjustments, Online profile review)
  • Activity 3: Balancing online presence with privacy concerns. (Group discussion, Scenario analysis)
  • Activity 4: Understanding online advertising and tracking. (Explanation, Interactive demonstration)
  • Activity 5: Making informed choices about online data sharing. (Decision-making activity)

Chapter 8: Responsible Digital Citizenship

  • Activity 1: Defining responsible digital citizenship. (Brainstorming, Group discussion)
  • Activity 2: Understanding online rights and responsibilities. (Online resources, Interactive quiz)
  • Activity 3: Practicing positive online behavior. (Scenario-based activities, Role-playing)
  • Activity 4: Identifying and combating online hate speech. (Real-life examples, Discussion)
  • Activity 5: Creating a responsible digital citizenship pledge. (Group project, Public awareness campaign)
Course details
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Working hours

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 5 : Cyber Security Super Hero