Cybersecurity for Students and Parents

Cybersecurity for Students and Parents

Announcing a new online course: Cyber Hygiene for Students and Parents Last month we announced a cybersecurity course for teachers in this space. This month, we’d like to share a parallel course that teachers can recommend for students and parents regarding this...
Serious Cybersecurity Fun: Summer Camp

Serious Cybersecurity Fun: Summer Camp

USF Successfully Hosts Virtual Elementary CyberCamp for 29 Students Article originally published on the Cyber Florida website. The cybersecurity industry is an in-demand, high-paying field that is rapidly evolving but currently faces a major talent shortfall. With...
Taking Cybersecurity Seriously: Teacher PD

Taking Cybersecurity Seriously: Teacher PD

Announcing a new online course: Cyber Hygiene for K-12 Teachers In K-12 education, new technologies and applications have helped to enhance and change the landscape of learning for students all over the world. With these new technologies and powerful education tools,...
Using Student Assistants During Online Instruction

Using Student Assistants During Online Instruction

The landscape of education is rapidly changing. Teachers are now being asked to teach their students using platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams for online instruction. Many teachers are being thrown into the new world of online education without much training or...
Flexibility and Unintended PD

Flexibility and Unintended PD

Reading Dr. Harmes’s post last month, Flexibility: A Teacher’s Range of Technology Integration Levels, got me to thinking about my own teaching. Since the focus of our center is technology integration, I’ve conducted hundreds of PD trainings,...
Action Research as Professional Development

Action Research as Professional Development

Most of us nod our heads in agreement when someone mentions the value of students taking ownership of their own learning. If we’ve been teaching for a number of years, we know that the students who do take ownership of their learning are the ones who are...