Just been handed a sheet from a "guru" going over the new curriculum with staff. - Dont know if you've seen it - it's called Switchedon computing..
Module 3.4 We are network engineers - Unit study: Exploring computer networks
Suggested software/hardware: ACCESS TO SCHOOL NETWORK AND COMMAND PROMPT
The school network is a resource for running the school and facilitates learning, it is not for learning how to run a network.
There's no way that would work. However, there are solutions to give them access to 'a' network and command prompt within a safe environment. Not that there's any suggestion of that from your post.
I'm going with
"The documument says 'suggested' - and I'm tellin ya Nooooup!(to the command prompt)"
I'll jerry -rig a simple sandbox solution if needs be
When I get 5mins at the scanner I'll scan and post it
Ha Ha... nope not going to happen in a million years
We've just got that....i'll be gone by the time they reach that bit...
Get your domain policy and rip it up and start again, teachers need it to teach! thems the rules !
Panic (slightly) over
Just had a word with the guru... turns out it's a program of study from a company called rising stars. and everything is done under emulation...
but that wasnt mentioned when it was thrust into my hand and told to look at it.
Just looked at the sample lesson the company has on line - and links to some of the resources are dead - and they want schools to pay a grand for that.
We are not impressed!We are treasure hunters
We are TV chefs
We are painters
We are bug fixers
We are network engineers
We are cryptographers
We are architects
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