Our kids are the first ones to learn how to read, write, and do math. This is why students need to be taught how to write with proper grammar and spelling. This is why the certificate format is such a great way to teach them this skill.
In Deathloop, the computer, or whatever, uses a password that you give to a computer. By using the password, you ensure that your computer is password-happy and has the password on it. This is a great way to give your kids a way to remember passwords.
Students need to be taught how to use passwords.
It sounds like the school has a pretty bad reputation with students. In fact, your kids may even do it to themselves. Students should also be able to use the school’s password-happy system to remember the password they’ve given to teachers.
You can use the same password to protect yourself, but that doesn’t mean your kids can’t use it to learn a password.
I wouldn’t use the security system on my kids. But if they are in a bad way, you should protect them. It’s what they are meant to do.
I’m not sure how to go about that.
Teachers are already using the password-happy system in schools. It is just that they dont want students to have access to it. It is also a known fact that students who have been in some sort of trouble with the law (e.g. robbery, kidnapping, drug dealing, etc.) can easily get a student warrant to access the school network.
This is just a bit of an experiment. If you find it interesting, then you should try to teach it to your students, but in practice you will also need to do some research before you start doing it.
I think this one has a small chance of succeeding, not only because of the law-school-inspired password-wielding scheme, but because the students will have the option to view the certificates themselves. This is very much like how students can view the diplomas from their college courses. The only issue is that they will also want to view the certificates they are asked to produce after they have been in a school for a while.