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Wednesday, February 5 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Cryptography in the Classroom Part Two

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Fubswrjudskb lv wkh edvh iru prghuq zhe vhfxulwb. Crack the code and explore cryptography, encryption, and computer science activities for PreK-20 students. It’s cool—and especially relevant in 2020.

This is a fast-paced, hands-on, code-cracking session. We walk through a puzzle together as adults—one that can include the advanced encryption that we use to protect the internet—and you leave with the lesson plans and resources you need to repeat it for audiences that range from experienced technical staff to incoming kindergarten students.

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Stuart Long

CIO, Clackamas ESD
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Rachel Wente-Chaney

CIO, High Desert Education Service District
Rachel is the Chief Information Officer for the High Desert Education Service District in Central Oregon. She supports a regional technology ecosystem that includes network services, information services, digital learning spaces, digital workspace modernization, information security... Read More →
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Leslie Golden

President, Instill Security
Leslie has worked in IT and Education Technology for thepast 20 years, and developed a specialization in InfoSec and Compliance working with a cloud hosting company in Portland, Oregon. She foundedInstill Security as a company thatfocuses on helping organizationsdesign and implement... Read More →
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Don Wolff

CTO, Portland Public Schools
As the CTO for PPS, Don oversees all PPS technology functions, including information security, application maintenance, data centers, help desk, and hardware support, voice and data communication, and computer systems operations.Don earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education... Read More →


Wednesday February 5, 2020 10:45am - 12:15pm
410A Boise Centre 850 W Front St, Boise, ID 83890

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