Are you looking for a practical way to explore networking without having to invest in high end equipment?
This presentation will introduce the concept of exploring network simulations using free software – Cisco Packet Tracer.
This software allows students and teachers the ability to quickly and easily setup a network structure and configure the network to allow connectivity between devices.
Packet Tracer is handy to introduce networking equipment and understand their purpose.
Packet Tracer will also be used to demonstrate network configuration and network communication.
Cisco network icons will also be discussed as well as various networking components for best practice in secondary courses.
Participants will need to bring their computer with the appropriate software.
WiFi access will be provided at the venue.
Prior to arriving for the workshop, please download Cisco Packet Tracer by enrolling in a free Packet Tracer course on the Cisco SkillsForAll.com website.
Those interested in Middle Secondary (7 – 9), Senior Secondary (10 – 12), Network and Technical, Cybersecurity
Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont, IT Centre
About the Presenter:
Peter Harper has been teaching Digital Technologies for 18 years – specialising in Computer Science.
He has a passion for ICT including computer hardware, programming, networking and web design.
Peter trained as an instructor for the delivery of the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) qualification as part of the Cisco Networking Academy program. During this time he attained his CCNA accreditation.
Peter currently teaches Digital Technologies at Trinity College. He is also the owner of OnTask Assessments, which specialises in developing assessments for WA teachers.
Join Peter Harper at the ECAWA 2022 State Conference on Thursday the 6th and Friday the 7th of October, 2022