There is so much written about passwords, what makes a strong ones, how to go about maintaining them. For example, the Twinkl team recomme..
I find it interesting that we still talk about passwords so often, rather than getting students to think about more secure..
Option 2: resource for teaching strong passwords
Early in the year have students fill out and extensive “get to know me” worksheet. The..
This was my daughters idea. Play a game where students need to protect themselves online from a White Hacker. Students could set up fake e..
this was very helpful as it gave great ideas on how to create passwords that are strong, creative and help children memorise their password
This resource shows children how to create different sorts of strong passwords.
The poster splits up all of the different letters and num..
I have used this lesson from code.org before to teach strong passwords. In particular, I have found the password scenarios useful in helpi..
Students need to be able to create strong passwords that aren’t easily hackable, but they will be able to remember. One activity that the ..
Option 2 – This is a lesson plan that teaches students about creating strong passwords, passcodes or passphrases.
Everyone world wide needs to be extremely careful of the content they are putting onto the internet today, as it could be used primarily f..