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Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security) validates partner level information and abilities needed to secure Cisco systems. With a CCNA Security confirmation, a system expert exhibits the aptitudes needed to advance a security base, distinguish threats and vulnerabilities to systems, and alleviate security threats.
640-554 is exam code for CCNA security
There will be total 55 to 65 questions in…
Finished last school year and started this school year with the 'coding across the curriculum' initiative in our district. Students are incorporating programming and computational thinking through mini-lessons on computer science and the Scratch platform. They have used Scratch to create vocabulary games, science projects, and pictorial representations of figurative language. They have explored binary numbers, picture elements (aka pixels), and text compression, all while blogging and…Continue
Imagine a future where education has become embedded into daily life and is no longer only associated with schools, colleges and universities; a time where people can access learning when and where they need to increase their knowledge or skills. Imagine a future where a learner can be sent information which has been contextualized to their particular immediate need. Imagine learners who can not only access pre-recorded presentations on topics of interest by experts in the field, but…Continue
A new blog post on cisco.com from John Tuohy - check it out:
We’re moving quickly into the next phase of the Internet, and that space is being created by the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI), sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Open and broadly inclusive, the GENI research project is designing an updated replacement for the current Internet. A new frontier would include faster data speeds, new…Continue
Elementary students developing cognitive and non cognitive skills through social media, videoconferences, and live learning.…Continue
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