Identify the connections between Cyber Humanities and Liberal Arts and consider cyber space as an added dimension of the physical world
Students will identify real world issues related to artificial intelligence development including benefit, concerns, myths, and misconceptions.
Students continue to research artificial intelligence development and prepare a list of guidelines that AI developers and users should follow to ensure public safety and privacy.
This multi-week project allows student to research a current event related to cyber and write a report. Students must follow strict MLA, APA, or other chosen format as they compose their report.
Students will study the components of a network, various forms of malware and how they work, and gain a practical knowledge of network and malware functionality.
This lesson presents students with a reading assignment that will explain to them the very real scenario of a Computer Network Attack (CNA).
Students explore passwords, their common shortfalls, alternative solutions, and characteristics of a “strong” password.
This lesson is scenario based and leads students to define cyberbullying and recognize when it occurs. Students identify actions that constitute bullying and possible warning signs of someone being cyber bullied.
The Cyber Debate program is designed to run for a full quarter. Students are paired together, research a given topic, and deliver well prepared and thought out defenses for or against their assigned topic.
Students explore examples of robots used in daily tasks. Students then consider if they had the necessary resources, what type of robot they would build and why they would build it. Azimov’s “Three Laws of Robotics” should play a key role in their concept and design.
Students will explore military applications of robotics and discuss the ethics of robots and robotic enhancements on the battlefield.
Students understand the meaning and importance of a creed as a set of foundational beliefs or a guiding principle. This idea is then explore through then lens of robotics and students are tasked with developing a robotics creed of their own.
Intended to be woven throughout the course term, students read, reflect, and summarize a collection of stories titled I, Robot by Issac Azimov.
The first of two quizzes on the novel I, Robot.
The second of two quizzes on the novel I, Robot.