Submission Title

Role-Play as a Teaching Methodology for General-Education Cyber Security

Presenter Information

Elizabeth RasnickFollow

Start Date

12-10-2019 2:25 PM

End Date

12-10-2019 2:50 PM

Location

KSU Center Rm 460

Abstract

Undergraduates of all majors take our introductory class in cyber security. In order to appeal to their digital native learning style, we are experimenting with how we teach foundational level cyber security. We are using a role-play, scenario-based style that uses collaboration between team members. We also anticipate that this teaching method will keep more tech-savvy students engaged without being too digitally intensive for students from less technical majors.

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Oct 12th, 2:25 PM Oct 12th, 2:50 PM

Role-Play as a Teaching Methodology for General-Education Cyber Security

KSU Center Rm 460

Undergraduates of all majors take our introductory class in cyber security. In order to appeal to their digital native learning style, we are experimenting with how we teach foundational level cyber security. We are using a role-play, scenario-based style that uses collaboration between team members. We also anticipate that this teaching method will keep more tech-savvy students engaged without being too digitally intensive for students from less technical majors.