From KQED's fabulous Above the Noise team (who we featured in the 05-19-2017 Scout Report) comes this helpful video and accompanying lesson plan designed to help students and educators alike understand online privacy issues. Issues addressed in this lesson include "threat modeling" (a technique that helps users access their online privacy priorities), data brokers, encryption, and advice about creating a secure password. This lesson is designed for middle school or high school-age students and aligns with Common Core English Language Arts & Literacy standards. On this page, educators can download the lesson plan for free and check out a number of related resources.
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