Cyber Discovery is a catalytic event for engaging students and teachers in the history of cyberspace, ethical and social issues, applications, and the need for and use of security in cyberspace. The experience includes discussion sessions, hands-on engineering and computer science labs, a cryptographic treasure hunt, creative story-telling, and a final cyber challenge.
At Analysis & Investigation through Cyber-Based Scenarios (AICS) students explore the world of cyber through analysis and investigation. AICS is driven by a scenario‐based approach to security issues incorporating hands‐on engineering and computer science labs, cryptography, film sessions, and a final cyber challenge.
Junior Cyber Discovery
Junior Cyber Discovery, a week-long day camp for middle school students, includes an extensive professional development component for teachers and a dynamic, hands-on curriculum for students. Students are taught STEM concepts in artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
The Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) is a series of three competitions for students in grades 3-12. The competitions build upon one another and allow students to showcase their skills by competing against other students in their division in a series of challenges.
The Education Discovery Forum (EDF) offers a dynamic professional development experience for 6th-12th grade teachers interested in implementing innovative, multi-disciplinary curricula.