There are many resources to guide successful K-12 cybersecurity education. The objective of these resources is to prepare skilled and ethical cybersecurity students at the earliest level to meet the demands of higher-level programs. The goal of this article is to provide, as a starting point, a list of as many currently popular K-12 educational resources as possible. The resources provided are broken into five categories: 1) Career Information, 2) Curriculum, 3) Competitions, 4) CyberCamps, and 5) Labs and Gaming. Each resource listed has a link, the K-12 levels that are supported, whether the resource is free or has a cost, and a shortlist of topics or, for camps and competitions, the dates available. There are many teaching and learning resources for K-12 students. However, there are very few sources that combine a variety of these resources into one document. Even though this is not an exhaustive list of resources, it should be a helpful starting point as to what is available for the K-12 levels.
Bowen, Debra; Jaurez, James; Jones, Nancy; Reid, William; and Simpson, Christopher
"Cybersecurity Educational Resources for K-12,"
Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice: Vol. 2022:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jcerp/vol2022/iss1/6