Networking

Networking

CYBER.ORG's Networking is a comprehensive year-long course geared toward educators teaching high school Networking.

With over sixty lesson topics and a plethora of labs and activities, Networking provides the rigor and relevance expected for top quality networking education. Not only does Networking introduce the breadth of networking concepts and skills, but it also prepares students to verify their technical know-how through the CompTIA Network+ certification.

Labs in Networking are designed for use with the CYBER.ORG Range at no cost to all US K-12 Educators. Networking lays a foundation of understanding network connectivity, network documentation, network activity, hardening techniques, configuring network infrastructure, and a variety of essential networking tools – all the essential knowledge and skills needed to begin a future in the cyber/networking workforce.

This course was created for the 2023-24 school year. Materials may be amended, edited, moved, or reorganized as we receive feedback from teachers. This is a wonderful opportunity to use CYBER.ORG’s newest, cutting-edge materials, and help us make these materials even better.

Rating
Average: 5 (11 votes)
Networking Course Icon
Number of Units
0
Subjects
Career & Technical Education
Computer Science
Grade Levels
10
11
12
Duration (hours)
180
Standard Frameworks
CompTIA N10-08 Network+ Objectives
Cyber Connections
Network Communication
Network Components
Protocols
Network Hardware Components
Data Security
Threats and Vulnerabilities
Authentication
Securing Network Components
Security Controls
Section Title
What You'll Teach
Accordion Items