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C5 Cybersecurity Concept Lessons

Catalyzing Computing and Cybersecurity in Community Colleges (C5)Download 13 Cybersecurity Concept Lessons, a Planning & Pacing Guide, and Lesson Roadmaps created to integrate cybersecurity into the AP Computer Science Principles course (AP CSP). Each distinctive lesson contains a presentation, activities, and an overview document that can be downloaded for use in the classroom for free. These Cybersecurity Concept Lessons were developed by high school instructors experienced at teaching AP CSP.

A web-based version of the lessons is available on CodeHS.com, where educators can access it with a free teacher account. All programming in the current CodeHS version is in JavaScript; a Python version will be released in Fall 2021.

High school teachers seeking a web-based curriculum that combines AP CSP and cybersecurity should consider the one-year introductory course AP CSP: Cybersecurity, accessible on the CodeHS platform.

Catalyzing Computing and Cybersecurity in Community Colleges (C5) is a related grant project based at Whatcom Community College. One of its goals is to develop and disseminate instructional materials to enhance computer science and cybersecurity courses.

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