First of all thanks for all the great information, I have enjoyed reading posts and watching videos for a while now. I teach cybersecurity at my local high school. It is a four-year, five class program that begins with an introduction to computers (next year this class will lead to Comptia A+ certification).
I purchased three Pineapple Nano's for classroom use (as well as Land truand that is why I am turning to this forum. This is the first year of the program and I am basically one year ahead of the students. The course work has to be tied in to industry certification exams so this is the current outline.
The district has also purchased 30 Raspberry Pi 2 bundles. I would like to teach students the use of the Nano with Rasp Pi using Kali.
Course 1: Introduction to computers >>>> Comptia A+
Course 2 : Introduction to networking (concepts in cybersecurity/pentesting ) >>>> Preparation for Network+
Course 3 : Continue networking (continued concepts in cybersecurity/pentesting) >>>> Network+ exam
Course 4: Security, course will lead to Cisco's Cybersecurity certification
Course 5: Applied cybersecurity, this class is designed for students playing Capture the Flag, advance hands-on network configuration and defense, advance hands-on pentesting (competition-based live environment.
All that to ask this...
What is the best way to incorporate the Pineapple Nano and other tools into this type of high school curriculum? What skills do I need to teach them first?
As I mentioned earlier, we are building this bicycle as we ride it and we know that the program is in a constant state of flux. In fact, the entire program has been re-designed since the inception last March (all dramatic improvements).
In short, if Hak5 had a high school curriculum, what would it look like?
Thanks to all in advance!!