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  1. SAN ANTONIO • Computational Thinking • San Antonio’s Regional Approach • Programs, Pedagogy & Education-Industry Pathways Cliff Zintgraff University of North Texas cliffzintgraff@my.unt.edu Dwayne Williams UT San Antonio Center for Infrastructure Assurance & Security (CIAS) Arthur Celestin Stephan Casas Southwest High School John Carrera Holmes High School Joe Sanchez Cyber Innovation & Research Consortium (CIRC) Gene Bowman Erica Garza Information Technology & Security Academy Frank Zaborowski Cyber Patriot

  2. Cyber City USA? • Nation’s second highest number ofCertified Information System Security Professionals (CISSPs). • Five Higher Ed Certified Centers of Academic Excellence • 2002: High school IT & Security Academy • In 2013: 54 Cyber Defense High School Competition Teams • In 2012: The Cyber Patriot Cyber Defense Competition National Champion (>400 teams) • 24th Air Force • National Security Agency • Nation’s Best Place to Work in IT?USAA (ComputerWorld) • Etc., etc., etc. SAN ANTONIO

  3. Impact on Education • Educators, administrators and their partners have leveraged this regional focus to maximum impact: • Programs • Pedagogies • Pathways • They are teachingthe concepts ofComputational Thinking. SAN ANTONIO

  4. Agenda: First Comments • “Cyber City USA” • Cliff Zintgraff • The Cyber Security Threat & Students • Dwayne Williams, UT San Antonio, Center for Infrastructure Assurance & Security (CIAS) • Cyber Patriot:  Engagement through Competition • Frank Zaborowski, Cyber Patriot SAN ANTONIO

  5. “Station Rotation” • Early Engagement; High School Certs • John Carrera, Holmes HS • Cyber Patriot, cont. • Frank Zaborowski, Dwayne Williams • Regional Collaboration:  Secondary, Higher Ed, Industry, Collective Impact • Joe Sanchez, Cyber Innovation andResearch Consortium (CIRC) • Collaboration II: IT & Security Academy • Gene Bowman & Erica Garza, ITSA • Early Engagement & STEM Playground Sneak Peek • Arthur Celestin & Stephan Casas, Southwest HS SAN ANTONIO

  6. ISTE SIGCT: Computational Thinking SAN ANTONIO • Data Collection • Data Analysis • Data Representation • Problem Decomposition • Abstraction • Algorithms and Procedures • Automation • Parallelization • Simulation • Barr, V., & Stephenson, C. (2011). Bringing computational thinking to K-12: What is involved and what is the role of the computer science education community?. ACM Inroads, 2(1), 48-54. • Stephenson, C. (2013). Computational Thinking: What is it and why should we care?. Retrieved 6/21/2013 from http://acec2012.acce.edu.au/sites/acec2012.acce.edu.au/files/proposal/6/StephensonACEC.pdf.

  7. ISTE SIGCT: Computational Thinking SAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO • Data Collection • Data Analysis • Data Representation • Problem Decomposition • Abstraction • Algorithms and Procedures • Automation • Parallelization • Simulation • Barr, V., & Stephenson, C. (2011). Bringing computational thinking to K-12: What is involved and what is the role of the computer science education community?. ACM Inroads, 2(1), 48-54. • Stephenson, C. (2013). Computational Thinking: What is it and why should we care?. Retrieved 6/21/2013 from http://acec2012.acce.edu.au/sites/acec2012.acce.edu.au/files/proposal/6/StephensonACEC.pdf. COMPUTATIONAL THINKER AWARD

  8. The Cyber SecurityThreat and Preparing Students Dwayne Williams University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) SAN ANTONIO

  9. Cyber Patriot: Engagement through Competition Frank Zaborowski Cyber Patriot SAN ANTONIO

  10. Resources • You can find these resources on the conference session web page: • This presentation • Cyber City USA Paper: For a fuller discussion of the programs, pedagogy, pathways, and supporting literature • limited number of paper copies available • CT Worksheet • National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition(NCCDC) flyer • Other? SAN ANTONIO

  11. “Station Rotation” • Early Engagement; High School Certs • John Carrera, Holmes HS • Cyber Patriot, cont. • Frank Zaborowski, Dwayne Williams • Regional Collaboration:  Secondary, Higher Ed, Industry, Collective Impact • Joe Sanchez, Cyber Innovation andResearch Consortium (CIRC) • Collaboration II: IT & Security Academy • Gene Bowman & Erica Garza, ITSA • Early Engagement & STEM Playground Sneak Peek • Arthur Celestin & Stephan Casas, Southwest HS SAN ANTONIO

  12. SAN ANTONIO • Computational Thinking • San Antonio’s Regional Approach • Programs, Pedagogy & Education-Industry Pathways Cliff Zintgraff University of North Texas cliffzintgraff@my.unt.edu Dwayne Williams UT San Antonio Center for Infrastructure Assurance & Security (CIAS) Arthur Celestin Stephan Casas Southwest High School John Carrera Holmes High School Joe Sanchez Cyber Innovation & Research Consortium (CIRC) Gene Bowman Erica Garza Information Technology & Security Academy Frank Zaborowski Cyber Patriot