5 Things to teach to develop cyber-savvy students

A version of this post was originally published on November 25, 2019, in Education Technology.

A sense of security is something usually unseen yet it’s paramount to a great learning experience. Educators have always tried to ensure a safe learning environment for students, as a way to reduce negative outcomes and increase retention rates. Nobody can learn anything new when they feel they’re in danger, after all.

Schools of all shapes and sizes have done a wonderful job at protecting their students, especially if we’re talking about the physical premises; there are gated campuses, security guards, access cards, surveillance cameras and even AI-powered software that contribute to maintaining a safe environment. Even though exceptions do exist, educational institutions are quite safe to be in, nonetheless.

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