“The nation will require approximately one million more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals than what will be produced at current rates over the next decade.”

-President’s Council of Advisors on Science & Technology February 2012 report to the President

 

NICERC is your trusted source for Cyber Curriculum, STEM Curriculum and Computer Science Curriculum for all grades K through 12.

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TEACHER RESOURCES

Support project-driven learning and student engagement using technology in the classroom

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Empowerment/train-the-trainer model focused on teacher development

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PROJECT-DRIVEN CURRICULA

Multi-disciplinary, vertically integrated cyber curricula for the nation

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CAMPS

Week-long student immersion into the world of cyber space

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COMPETITIONS

Regional and national opportunities for students to apply skills from NICERC curricula

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PARTNERS

Building networks with K-12, university, and community partners

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The Latest NICERC News

September 20, 2016
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White House acknowledges Cyber Innovation Center contributions

Contributions made nationwide by the Cyber Innovation Center in critical areas of education have been recognized at the highest level of this country’s government. An announcement on Sept. 13 highlighting new progress and momentum in support of the presidential initiative “Computer Science for All” named the CIC for its commitment […]
September 19, 2016

Staff Pick: Apply Coding

The staff pick for this blog comes from John Queen, one of NICERC’s Curriculum Development Specialists. This module piqued my interest from the very beginning. HTML is a widely used coding language that is very important to the way we view things, especially on the internet. The Apply Coding module […]
September 15, 2016

CIC awarded $4 million grant

A $4 million grant to support the continued nation-wide expansion of cyber security education and training has been awarded by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security to Bossier City’s Cyber Innovation Center. CIC officials said the grant is designed to better prepare K-12 educators across the country through a library […]