innovate23 offsite: Digital Citizenship: Using Robots to Teach Cybersecurity | March 28, 2023 | 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
As technology and online behavior continue to evolve, it’s critical for educators to stay up to date on the latest strategies for teaching digital citizenship and cybersecurity education. Explore hands-on activities as we learn a new language through computing Sphero BOLT Robots. Gain new ideas and inspiration for incorporating technology into the classroom using robotics as tool for teaching cybersecurity as a fun way to engage students in learning.
These activities will help you think creatively and problem-solve as you work through the challenges of building and programming the robots. Sphero representatives and educators from our region will be on hand to discuss lessons, lead you through some challenges and share opportunities on how to implement the K-12 Cybersecurity Learning Standards into any classroom. Sphero BOLT, Cyber.org and Common Sense Media will be showcased throughout this session.
Collaborate and network with other educators and gain new ideas to incorporate this technology into your classroom.
Hannah Dyksen is currently the Instructional Technology Coach for the Fort Zumwalt School District. She has experience as a Google Certified Trainer and Elementary Technology Teacher. Hannah supports educators and students in the use of technology in her district and at various conferences in the region. Hannah is also a previous METC Spotlight Educator.
Jake Seely is an experienced Partnerships Manager for Sphero with a demonstrated history of working in the e-learning industry. Jake is skilled in Sales, Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Team Building and Public Speaking. He is a strong sales professional with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Political Science from University of Utah.
Bethany Nill is currently an elementary (K-5) technology teacher at Mid Rivers Elementary in the Fort Zumwalt School District. She has experience in writing the district's elementary technology curriculum and in facilitating district-wide professional development in Canvas, Nearpod and Google Applications for Education. Bethany supports educators and students in the use of technology in her building and was recognized as Teacher of the Year.
For additional information about this event, please contact Allie Quicke at email@example.com.
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