In this episode of The K-12 Tech Experience, Jake Kasowski is joined by Kevin Nolten, the Director of Academic Outreach at CYBER.ORG, for another episode. Jake and Kevin discuss CYBER.ORG’s newly launched K-12 Cybersecurity Learning Standards and how teachers, school districts, state departments of education, and more can better incorporate cybersecurity education into their curriculum. Kevin talks about the importance of having cybersecurity learning standards in place for K-12 education (02:58); the organizations CYBER.ORG partnered with to develop these standards (06:54); when educators and organizations can start to implement these learning standards and what that process looks like (10:17); the core concepts of CYBER.ORG’s K-12 Cybersecurity Learning Standards (14:55); how these concepts can be implemented into the classroom and school courses (19:40); how the changing cybersecurity trends shape the development of the learning standards moving forward (22:50); how these standards can be used by teachers, school districts, state departments of education, and more (24:16); what’s next from CYBER.ORG to be on the lookout for (27:49). Learn more about CYBER.ORG at https://cyber.org/. Share us your thoughts on Twitter @managedmethods @jakasowski and on LinkedIn. Learn more about ManagedMethods at https://managedmethods.com/