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Teach the Teacher

Learn to incorporate cybersecurity and data science into high school curriculum. Teach the Teacher is a one-day workshop designed for high school teachers where they can learn skills and techniques for incorporating cutting-edge computing capabilities practices into high school courses. Microcredentials are available.

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Teach the Teacher Schedule
Saturday, November 11, 2023

Student Engagement – Teach the Teacher
Dhruva Chakravorty, Texas A&M University, High Performance Research Computing

A Hands-on Workshop for Cybersecurity and Data Science in the Classroom

Workshop Details

During this on-day workshop, participants will learn to incorporate cybersecurity and data science into the high school coding curriculum, using Python as the primary coding language. There will be interactive computer activities and discussions. Our teaching materials are designed for a high school budget. They do not require any hardware other than a web browser and are easy to share. Bring your laptop!


  • Teaching Students About Artificial Intelligence & Encompassing Ethics
  • Python for Cybersecurity: Cryptography Using Libraries
  • Google Classroom Materials Discussion
  • Cybersecurity Games & Interactive Activities


We also provide online microcredentials for teachers to increase their own knowledge of coding and computing, either before or after the workshop, offered free for accepted participants.

about us

Texas A&M University, High Performance Research Computing (TAMU HPRC) provided professional development at SC22, and we use these materials in our middle/high school summer camps. 


This is an in-person event open to high school and middle school teachers.

  • Colorado Convention Center (Room 201)
  • Saturday, November 11, 2023
  • 10 am–4 pm (with working lunch)

Lunch will be provided.

Continuing education credit from IEEE Computer Society will be awarded to participants.

Transportation must be arranged by the participant. Some travel support is available on an as-need basis.


Fill out the short form at the link below. See you there!

We gratefully acknowledge the support of IEEE, the National Science Foundation award CiSE-ProS: Cyberinfrastructure Security Education for Professional and Students (award number CIP-1730695), and Texas A&M University High Performance Research Computing (HPRC) for their support of this seminar.

SC attendee


Contact us if you have questions about Teach the Teacher. We’d be happy to help.

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