[ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 3 ]

  1. [ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 1 ]
  2. [ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 2 ]
  3. [ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 3 ]
  4. [ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 4 ]
  5. [ How to Teach Hacker Highschool: Unit 5 ]

This is the third unit of my course for teachers, which brings together a lot of material I generated while working as Project Manager for the Hacker Highschool v2 Rewrite Project, 2012-2016. This session offers some hints on conducting classes, and help for you to be a great teacher of hacking. Polish your Google Hacking skills, learn to search more safely, show your students easy ways to start coding and start getting familiar with your eyes and ears on the network: Nmap and Wireshark.

Here’s the video of Unit 3, with the links it mentions below. Tell me what you think in the Comments, and thanks for taking a look.

Powerpoint: http://localhost/HHS/Teacher_Training_Unit_2_GN_017-11-20.pdf

Uncut Lessons: http://localhost/2017/05/16/hacker-highschool-download-uncut-lessons/

School for Hackers: https://schoolforhackers.com for Hacker Night School and Hacking 101

Hacker Highschool (http://www.hackerhighschool.org/) is a free, open curriculum from ISECOM (http://www.isecom.org/). Uncut lessons are available at http://localhost/2017/05/16/hacker-highschool-download-uncut-lessons/.

Google Advanced Search Operators: http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators_reference.html

DuckDuckGo Search Engine: http://DuckDuckGo.com








–Musical Credits–
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