CAS Hub Meeting
David Hill and Simon Marsden
University of Portsmouth
Thursday, 27th April 2017 from 16:00 to 18:00
Room BK0.20 (Goldfish Bowl) for refreshments - moving on to the Forensic Computing lab
Buckingham Building - General information and directions
This session will be looking at some aspects of cyber security and how they link to teaching in the Computing curriculum. As part of this, there will be a hands on activity in our Forensic Computing labs that could be adapted to use in school.
|16:00||Registration, Refreshments and Networking|
|16:30||Introduction - Hacking to learn|
|17:00||Example practical exercise in the Forensic Computing lab.|
This is open to any Primary, Secondary or College staff who are involved with any aspect of teaching Computing. The practical activity has most relevance to Secondary and College teachers, although some aspects can be related to the KS2 curriculum.
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