Cybersecurity is an increasingly important topic in today’s digital world, and it’s essential that faculty are equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively teach this subject. The RING team has developed a curriculum that aligns to popular industry certifications (Security+). The curriculum also aligns to the NSA CAE Program KUs which will enable high school programs to easily articulate to college CAE programs. That’s why we’re excited to offer this workshop, designed specifically for faculty who will be teaching cybersecurity at the high school level.
By participating in this workshop, you’ll gain a deep understanding of cybersecurity and be better equipped to teach cybersecurity. You will also be able to network with other faculty members and form lasting connections that can benefit you and your students for years to come.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your teaching skills and deepen your understanding of cybersecurity. Register now for the RING Cybersecurity Faculty Workshop!
Interactive Lectures: Our expert instructors employ interactive techniques, labs, animations, videos, team projects, and more to guide you through cybersecurity concepts efficiently.
Hands-on Exercises: Gain instructor-level privileges in the RING virtual teaching and learning environment, empowering your students with access to the virtual platform for practical learning.
Peer Collaboration: Connect with fellow faculty members, sharing experiences and fostering a strong community of cybersecurity educators through ample collaboration opportunities.
Q&A Sessions: Our instructors are readily available during the workshop to address your queries, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the course material.
Join our Education Pathway Institutions (EPIs) for a 2-day, 4-hour online synchronous workshops from 1pm to 5pm. Hosted by Collin College and the Polytechnic University Puerto Rico.