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SID2019: Safer Internet Day 2019-Participation

SID2019: Safer Internet Day 2019-Participation

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Safer Internet Day 2019 – Save the date!.

Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world.

Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated on Tuesday 05 February 2019, with the strapline of ===> “Together for a better internet” <=== following the success of last year’s campaign.

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Check the video below, please, who explains about it.

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Learning IT-Security


My participation for the SID2019

programmerman-animatedWHAT is special this year with my participation on SID2019? 

I created a ===> #GlobalCollaboration #blog in 2017 <=== from  (my pseudo on twitter) & @ICTPHMS  for  about . The authors are from Luxembourg/Europe (me), one female teacher from the USA and a male teacher from the USA WHO are using my blog post to learn together and sharing THEIR practice with YOU dear readers.

Well, there is a lot of different views about ===> Digital CitiZENship <=== WE will explore WHAT could be THE BEST way to teach and to learn about Digital CitiZENship (hashtag on Twitter is #digcit).

Here below the links of OUR blog post:

How does it come that I post Global-Collaboration blog posts? Well, once the #ProfessionalDevelopment is Upto-Date, one does understand THAT learning in a team brings out a win-win situation and that a generation exchange is benefit for all of the participants as anyone learns from each other. BTW: here below other Global-Collaboration blogs with teaching persons from AustraliaUSAFranceLuxembourg (me):

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My publications in the local press (Luxembourg/Europe) and interviews:

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This year I participate ALSO with blogs in three languages, in English, German and French.

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I participate on #SID2019 in Luxembourg/Europe.

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Why should ===> anyone <=== participate?

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Cyber-security – a shared responsibility

========> Cyber-security – a shared responsibility <=======

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Cyber-Security is a shared responsibilityWE are ALL responsible for a more secure Internet and it is ===> OUR responsibility to build up the future for OUR kids, learners and students! <=== 

WE can do it by learning and teaching the basics of Cyber-Security and ALSO by helping international organizations such as “Safer Internet Day” to become a catalyst for such a difficult task!!!

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======> WE are living in a world of connected technology, Cyber-Security is a MUST!!! <======

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That is why I am participating on SID2019 with my FREE courses here:

My English contributions:

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My German contributions:

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My French contributions:

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and also with my curation here:

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Motivation To Work Together, Give It A Try

thumbs upMOTIVATION: Knowing NOW how important it is to take part of such a great Event, I encourage YOU ALL to take part of it by any possible action, even as a private person! I encourage especially private persons to display the banner from SID2019 on their blogsand/or websites :)

Where can I get the banners?

 

People who are on Twitter may use the hashtag #SID2019 to promote that Event, thanks for Helping to make the Internet a more secure place!

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L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Luxembourg and Cyber-Security: HOW did it START?

Luxembourg and Cyber-Security: HOW did it START?

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Luxembourg and Cyber-Security: HOW did it START?

HACKATHON LUXEMBOURG-2016.

Luxembourg, a tiny country with ONLY 590.667 inhabitants (January 2017) in the heart of Europe and one of the smallest countries in the world, WHERE MOST persons don’t even know where to find it on the map, shows up as an international country well known and recognized for its Cyber Security knowledge, as well as its skills in ICT.

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Learn more:

First of all: there is a lot of internal stuff which I am NOT authorized to publish and also some stuff which I don’t know! Luxembourg has also published a lot of articles in different languages (French, German) which I would attend to translate, it would take me years to do so! SO, I took the decision to publish the texts as as in the published languages!! For the really interested persons they would know how to translate them 😉 But let us GO for the most known important: Luxembourg is actually and since its start on Cyber Security showing UP with <===> Proactive-THINKing <===> in its mind!! Let us find out HOW it started:

 

1996: Creation of the CLUSSIL

Just a few months after the publication of the European Data Protection Directive (officially Directive 95/46/EC on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data) the CLUSSIL (CLUb de la Sécurité de Systèmes d’Information – Luxembourg) was created by 13 IT Security Specialists:
Jean-Marc Buchet, Jean-Marie Déom, Francis Durigneux, Hans-Werner Eiden, Sandrine Gallouédec, Carlo Harpes, Anne Hendrick, Claude Lenert, Bruno Mamer, August Mordijck, Yves Reding, Stephen Purser, Marc Schintgen.

1998: Gust MEES

First website about Cyber Security from a private person, Gust MEES. At the time people told me that I am crazy to publish about Cyber Security as THEY didn’t realize about it (MOST even STILL don’t in 2017!!).

2002: Gust MEES gave courses about Cyber Security in “Internetstuff ETTELBRÜCK” in Luxembourg.

2002: CASES

Personnes :

  • Serge Allegrezza – Directeur Direction de la Propriété Intellectuelle
  • Jean-Marie Reiff – Responsable OLAS
  • Henri Grethen – Ministre de l’Économie
  • François Biltgen – Ministre délégué aux Communication
  • Alexandre Dulaunoy – Consultant serveurs du monde du libre
    • Organisateur Hack.lu
    • Plus tard responsable CIRCL
  • Yves de Pril et William Robinet – CONOSTIX
    • Développeur du premier managed security system pour SME

 

2004-2007: MySecureIT 

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Cyber Security courses from Gust MEES were mandatory in Luxembourg EDUcation up from “7ème” (12-13 year old’s) and were THE FIRST in Luxembourg EDUcation.

2004: Gust MEES created the website http://www.internetmonitor.lu

2004: Lancement du premier projet CERT (23.5.2004 eLuxembourg)

04.02.2005: Lancement officiel de CASES

Le site web de CASES a été officiellement lancé le 3 février 2005 par le Ministre de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur. 

Au cours de l’année 2005, CASES a fait trente-deux présentations dans le cadre du Plan Directeur National de la Sécurité des Systèmes et Réseaux d’Information et de CASES. Ces présentations ont été faites lors de rencontres de spécialistes au Luxembourg et à l’étranger ou sous forme de missions de sensibilisation.

Le projet CASES a été reconnu comme good practice dans le domaine de «awareness raising» par L’ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency). Lors d’une conférence tenue à Bruxelles le 14 décembre 2005, le Luxembourg a été demandé de présenter ce projet devant les représentants des autres pays membres de l’Union européenne. CASES a été spécialement félicité pour ses efforts notamment dans le domaine des PME et de la sensibilisation des adolescents.

Le Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur a, dans un commun effort avec le Ministère de l’Éducation nationale et de la Formation professionnelle, organisé une campagne de sensibilisation pour les enfants des classes de septième de tous les lycées au Luxembourg. CASES a élaboré le contenu de la formation qui a déjà été distribué à une quinzaine de classes.

CASES a, ensemble avec le CSRRT-LU (Computer Security Research and Response Team – Luxembourg) organisé la conférence HACK.LU, une conférence qui a rassemblé de très nombreux professionnelles du domaine de la sécurité informatique. La conférence a connue un très grand succès, tant dans la presse spécialisée que parmi les participants.

2005

Personnes

  • Etienne Schneider
  • Angélique Joyeux – rédaction français
  • Cyril Pierre-Bausse
  • Pour Telindus
    • Carlo Harpes
    • Cédric Mauny
    • Thierry Zoller

Le site de CASES a été officiellement lancé le 3 février 2005 par le Ministre de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur.

Au cours de l’année 2005, CASES a fait trente-deux présentations dans le cadre du Plan Directeur National de la Sécurité des Systèmes et Réseaux d’Information et de CASES. Ces présentations ont été faites lors de rencontres de spécialistes au Luxembourg et à l’étranger ou sous forme de missions de sensibilisation.

Le projet CASES a été reconnu comme good practice dans le domaine de «awareness raising» par L’ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency). Lors d’une conférence tenue à Bruxelles le 14 décembre 2005, le Luxembourg a été demandé de présenter ce projet devant les représentants des autres pays membres de l’Union européenne. CASES a été spécialement félicité pour ses efforts notamment dans le domaine des PME et de la sensibilisation des adolescents.

Le Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur a, dans un commun effort avec le Ministère de l’Éducation nationale et de la Formation professionnelle, organisé une campagne de sensibilisation pour les enfants des classes de septième de tous les lycées au Luxembourg. CASES a élaboré le contenu de la formation qui a déjà été distribué à une quinzaine de classes.

CASES a, ensemble avec le CSRRT-LU (Computer Security Research and Response Team – Luxembourg) organisé la conférence HACK.LU, une conférence qui a rassemblé de très nombreux professionnelles du domaine de la sécurité informatique. La conférence a connue un très grand succès, tant dans la presse spécialisée que parmi les participants.

La version beta de l’outil de communication CASiX développée par CASES a été présentée et délivré à plusieurs partenaires. Ceux-ci vont l’utiliser pour la communication avec leur communauté et pour la communication avec le nœud national CASES. CASES a lancé une étude d’analyse des risques basée sur la méthode française EBIOS dans le Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur, et ce en vue de formaliser une politique de sécurité pour le Ministère.

Lancement officiel de cases 04.02.2005

Première Hack.lu dans la chambre des métiers

Conférence sécurité pour PME dans la chambre des métiers

Début des formations MySecureIt

2005.03.23 Signature du premier contrat de collaboration avec la Suisse – MELANI

2006: Gust MEES

In February 23, 2006 Gust MEES was presenting an innovation, a theater piece about Cyber-Security to explain the youth about the dangers of the Virtual-World (the internet). It was a great success, read my blog about it (in French) below, please:

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2006

Le projet CASES a été reconnu comme good practice dans le domaine de «awareness raising » par L’ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency). Lors d’une conférence tenue à Bruxelles le 4 octobre 2006, le Luxembourg a été demandé de présenter ce projet devant les représentants des autres pays membres de l’Union européenne. CASES a été spécialement félicité pour ses efforts notamment dans le domaine des PME et de la sensibilisation des adolescents ainsi que pour son travail effectué sur l’analyse des routeurs WiFi vendus par les ISP luxembourgeois.

Le Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur a signé pour le compte du projet CASES une entente de collaboration avec le Centre de recherche informatique de Montréal dans le domaine de la sensibilisation des PME aux risques informatiques.

Les relations avec la Direction Centrale de Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information en France ont été intensifiées en vue de pouvoir conclure une entente de collaboration en 2007.

Le Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur a, dans un effort commun avec le Ministère de l’Éducation nationale et de la Formation professionnelle, continué sa campagne de sensibilisation pour les enfants des classes de septième des lycées au Luxembourg. CASES a élaboré le contenu de la formation qui a déjà été distribué à une trentaine de classes.

2007-LUSI:

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2007

Présentations et participation aux conférences

  • Au cours de l’année 2007, l’équipe de CASES a fait plus de quarante présentations dans le cadre de ses missions décrites dans le Plan Directeur National de la Sécurité des Systèmes et Réseaux d’Information. Ces présentations ont été tenues lors de conférences en matière de sécurité de l’information au Luxembourg, comme notamment le « Internet Security Day » , et à l’étranger, respectivement sous forme de missions de sensibilisation, principalement dans es écoles primaires et secondaires luxembourgeoises.

  • Enfin, CASES a contribué à l’organisation de la deuxième édition de la conférence internationale HACK.lu. Cette conférence a de nouveau su rassembler de très nombreux professionnels du domaine de la sécurité informatique. La conférence a connu un très grand succès, tant dans la presse spécialisée que parmi les participants. À cause des attaques de type phishing, CASES a organisé un workshop tenu par l’organisation hautement renommée AntiPhishingWorkingGroup.

Campagnes de sensibilisation

  • Des campagnes de sensibilisation pour fonctionnaires et employés ont été lancées au sein du ministèrede l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur, du Centre Informatique de l’État, de la Représentation Permanente du Luxembourg à Bruxelles ainsi que de l’ADEM. Lors de ces campagnes, les agents ont été sensibilisés dans des séminaires liés aux risques à la société de l’information.

  • CASES a organisé un stand à la Belle Étoile pour le Safer Internet Day, une initiative de la Commission européenne. Pendant toute une semaine, des adultes et des enfants ont pu s’informer sur les risques d’Internet et passer des tests de connaissance. La commissaire Viviane Reding a été accueillie et plusieurs classes d’école sont venues faire leur permis web.

  • Une campagne contre le cyberbullying (harcèlement via les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication) a été lancée en forme de projet pilote dans un lycée du Luxembourg. CASES a réussi à motiver tous les opérateurs de téléphones mobiles, le ministère de l’Éducation nationale, la Police grand-ducale, le Parquet, l’Université de Luxembourg ainsi que le projet www.lusi.lu à s’investir dans le projet et à trouver une réponse à ce nouveau fléau.

  • CASES a accueilli plus de quatre mille personnes intéressées à son stand à la foire d’automne. Les visiteurs ont reçu des brochures sur la sécurité et ont pu assister à des présentations expliquant comment faire du commerce électronique sécurisé. Grâce aux ordinateurs de l’Internet Stuff” enfants et adultes ont pu passer des tests de connaissance ou consulter le site de CASES pour trouver des conseils pratiques. CASES a aussi invité sur son stand l’ABBL ainsi que le projet Luxembourg Safer Internet (www.lusi.lu).

Le site Internet www.cases.lu

  • De nouveaux contenus (6 grands dossiers et de nombreuses recommandations) ont été publiés sur le site de CASES. Plus de quatre-vingt alertes ont été mises sur le site pour avertir les internautes de vulnérabilités critiques ou importantes. La version allemande du site a également été lancée en 2007. CASES est aujourd’hui un des portails publics les plus visités au Luxembourg.

  • Deux permis web ont été conçus et mis en ligne. Le premier http://pwws.cases.lu est destiné aux enfants et vérifie leur savoir-faire dans plusieurs domaines du cyber-mode. Après avoir passé le test avec succès, les enfants peuvent imprimer un certificat. Pour les adultes, un permis vérifiant les bons reflexes nécessaires pour faire du commerce électronique en toute sécurité a été publié sous l’adresse http://epass.cases.lu.

  • -Des conseils spécifiques pour le commerce électronique sécurisé ont été publiés sur le site de CASES. Un “flyer”commerce électronique a été rédigé et sera mis à disposition dans les guichets de banques dès début 2008.

Les collaborations de CASES

  • CASES, ensemble avec le CERT luxembourgeois, a aidé plusieurs banques de la place ainsi que l’ABBL à réagir de façon coordonnée contre les nombreuses attaques de type Phishing qui ont eu lieu entre fin juillet et fin août 2007. PREMIERES attaques de type physhing.au Luxembourg.

Un projet pilote qui a pour but d’établir de bonnes pratiques sécuritaires au cœur des maisons de jeunesse a été lancé en collaboration avec le Service National de la Jeunesse et le ministèrede la Famille. Le but est de sécuriser le réseau informatique des maisons de jeunesse et d’élaborer une politique de sécurité ainsi qu’un code de bonne conduite pour adolescents.

  • CASES a contribué à l’élaboration d’un guide de bonnes pratiques pour la mise en place de réseaux sans fil dans des locaux publics. Le but de ce guide est de sécuriser le réseau sans fil et d’élaborer une politique de sécurité ainsi qu’un code de bonne conduite pour les clients. WiFi sécurisé

  • CASES a entamé une coopération avec le nouveau service de la DCSSI française en matière de sensibilisation du grand public.

  • CASES a été élu parmi les projets phares du domaine de la sensibilisation en Europe et a été invité pour la troisième fois de suite par l’European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) à faire une présentation sur le fonctionnement du projet.

  • CASES a, au cours des dernières années, su acquérir plusieurs partenariats avec des organisations étatiques étrangères ayant les mêmes missions de sensibilisation.

Projet CIP – Critical Infrastructure Protection La Direction du Commerce extérieur et de la Sécurité informatique a lancé, ensemble avec la Direction de l’énergie, un nouveau projet dans le domaine de la protection des infrastructures critiques dans le secteur de l’énergie. Des propositions, en vue de l’harmonisation de la terminologie pour l’analyse de risque et pour la gestion de crises, ont été élaborées. Des principes d’établissement du glossaire contenant les définitions et abréviations utilisées à travers tous les documents du projet ont été définis et un glossaire a été rédigé. Un schéma de classification selon trois dimensions (confidentialité, intégrité, disponibilité) avec plusieurs classes par dimension et règles de sécurité a été conçu et publié sur le site de CASES. Ce schéma servira de base pour un schéma de classification interne aux organisations. Il est destiné en premier lieu à créer un cadre pour l’échange d’informations entre le ministère de l’Economie et du Commerce extérieur et les opérateurs CIP. Finalement une cartographie des menaces a été rédigée.

Projet de mise en place d’un CSIRT gouvernemental

La Direction du Commerce électronique et de la Sécurité informatique, en collaboration avec d’autres acteurs gouvernementaux majeurs du domaine de la sécurité de l’information (CIE, CCG,..), est le chef de file dans le projet de mise en place d’un CSIRT national (CSIRT pour “Computer Security Incident Response Team”). Ce nouveau centre de gestion des incidents de sécurité informatique fournira les services suivants aux entités gouvernementales:

  • gestion et réponse sur incidents,

  • veille technologique,

  • bulletins d’alertes et d’avertissements,

  • point de contact et de coordination national pour toutes questions du domaine de la sécurité de l’information.

Dans le cadre du projet CSIRT, la Direction du Commerce électronique et de la Sécurité informatique a participé aux réunions du TF-CSIRT (http://www.terena.org/activities/tf-csirt/), du FIRST (http://www.first.org), ainsi que d’autres fora internationaux, lui permettant de développer des partenariats importants pour la suite du projet.Démontrant sa forte implication dans le domaine CSIRT, le ministère a co-organisé et hébergé la formation TRANSITS (formation spécialisé CSIRT, effectué par TF-CSIRT, et unique dans sons genre) au Luxembourg.

Projet Politique de Sécurité

La Direction du Commerce extérieur et de la Sécurité informatique a commencé à rédiger une politique de sécurité basée sur les standards de la famille ISO/IEC 27000, standards internationalement reconnus dans le domaine de la sécurité des systèmes d’information. Une vingtaine de politiques ont été rédigées, les procédures y référant sont rédigées au cours de l’année 2008. Ce projet vise premièrement à réaliser une politique de sécurité pour le ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur et, deuxièmement, à donner aux autres Ministères et administrations intéressées un guide de mise en place.

2008.

2008: LISA Stopline started 2008

LISA Stopline started 2008, became member in 2008 and changed to Stopline in 2012

2008: Gust MEES published FREE courses about Cyber Security on Google Knol; Google Knol discontinued its services on MAY 1st 2012; NO trace anymore :(((

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Through the way-back-machine web.archive.org I found back some stuff:

2008

Au cours de l’année 2008, l’équipe de CASES a fait plus que cinquante présentations dans le cadre de ses missions décrites dans le Plan Directeur National de la Sécurité des Systèmes et Réseaux d’Information. Ces présentations ont été tenues lors de conférences en matière de sécurité de l’information au Luxembourg, comme notamment le “Internet Security Day 2.0” ou encore les Midis de l’Europe, et à l’étranger, respectivement sous forme de missions de sen sibilisation, principalement dans des ministères et administrations luxembourgeoises.

  • CASES a su réaliser l’exploit de former dans l’année scolaire 2007-2008, les enfants des lycées classiques et techniques fréquentant les classes de 7 ème au Luxembourg. Dans plus de cent-vingt classes primaires, des actions de sensibilisation similaires ont été réalisées. Ainsi le Luxembourg est le premier pays en Europe qui a su réaliser un tel exploit. Plus que sept mille enfants et adolescents ont été sensibilisés en 2008. Un rapport sur l’état actuel a été publié sur Internet.CASES a aussi réalisé une dizaine de soirées d’informations pour parents d’élèves.CASES sensibilise aussi aux risques d’arnaques sur Internet.

  • CASES a participé au salon de l’éducation organisé par la Ville de Luxembourg et à la journée “Summer –Spill a Spass” organisée par la Ville de Dudelange, aux ateliers pédagogiques du Lycée Marie Consolatrice à Esch/Alzette. CASES est intervenu lors des journées pédagogiques de la Banque de Luxembourg et a participé à la “e-City roadshow” organisée par la Ville de Luxembourg. CASES a activement participé au “LuSI day” tenu au Forum Geesekneppchen, au “SIGI-day” à Contern et aux “Journées du livre” à Bascharage.

  • Enfin, CASES a contribué à l’organisation de la deuxième édition de la conférence internationale “HACK.lu”. Cette conférence a de nouveau su rassembler de très nombreux professionnels du domaine de la sécurité informatique. La conférence a connu un très grand succès, tant dans la presse spécialisée que parmi les participants.

Campagnes de sensibilisation

  • Des campagnes de sensibilisation pour fonctionnaires et employés ont été lancées au sein du ministère de la Fonction Publique et de la Réforme administrative, Trésorerie de l’État, Centre de Logopédie, du Cadastre et de Cercle asbl. Lors de ces campagnes, les agents ont été sensibilisés dans des séminaires liés aux risques à la société de l’information.

  • CASES a su réaliser un partenariat avec “Le Luxemburger Wort”. CASES a publié chaque semaine un article de sensibilisation dans ce journal de très grande couverture. Ainsi plus de quarante articles de presse ont été publiés.- Dans le cadre de la coopération avec le “Luxemburger Wort”,

  • un test de “Wardriving” a été réalisé dans la Ville de Luxembourg. Ce test a démontré que la sécurité dans le domaine des réseaux sans fil est déplorable.

  • – CASES a contribué à une dizaine d’émissions radio sur 100,7.

  • CASES a accueilli plus de quatre mille personnes intéressées à son stand à la foire d’automne. Les visiteurs ont reçu des brochures sur la sécurité et ont pu assister à des présentations sur des attaques via “Chevaux de Troie”. Un espace de jeu pour enfants avec un quiz sécurité a été proposé avec un très grand succès. Lors de la foire d’automne, une campagne de sensibilisation aux risques liés à “Bluetooth” a été réalisée.

  • Une enquête sur les performances du social engineering a été réalisée en partenariat avec l’Université de Luxembourg. Lors de cette enquête, il a été essayé d’inciter les personnes questionnées à donner leur mot de passe. Plus de 1000 personnes ont été questionnées. Un rapport détaillé a été publié sur le site de CASES.

  • – CASES a lancé le label “suivant les réflexes CASES”. Une première déclinaison de ce label a été réalisée avec le label “WiFi sécurisé” qui a été attribué, après audit, à 3 sociétés sur 6 sites

Projet Politique de Sécurité

  • CASES a, ensemble avec le ministère de la Famille et le SNJ, réalisé un projet d„envergure pour mettre en sécurité les Maisons de Jeunes. Une politique de sécurité ainsi que des guides de bonnes pratiques ont été réalisés.

  • En collaboration avec le ministère de l’Éducation, un projet pour la mise en sécurité des Écoles primaires a été entamé. Deux projets pilotes ont été entamés.

  • Un projet de mise en place d’une politique de sécurité a été lancé en 2008 au sein d’une administration gouvernementale

 

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CASES a su réaliser l’exploit de former dans l’année scolaire 2008-2009, tous les enfants des lycées classiques et techniques fréquentant les classes de 7èmeau Luxembourg. Beaucoup de classes primaires ont été formées, et ce à partir de l’âge de 9 ans. En tout CASES a sensibilisé les enfants de plus de 300 classes. Ainsi le Luxembourg est le premier pays en Europe qui a su réaliser un tel exploit. Plus que sept mille enfants et adolescents ont été sensibilisés en 2008. Un rapport sur l’état actuel a été publié sur Internet. CASES a aussi réalisé une vingtaine de soirées d’informations pour parents d’élèves.

CASES a participé au «Kannerstaat» de la ville de Junglinster.

CASES a publié un support scolaire, destiné aux instituteurs et aux parents. Ce livre vise à fournir les informations nécessaires pour pouvoir éduquer les enfants dans différents domaines liés à la sécurité de l’information. LEITFADEN

Collaboration avec le DNR

NACKT im NETZ

2010

  • Campagne brosses à dents
  • Création de smile GIE

 

2010: BEESECURE

Le ministre de l’économie Jeannot Krecké a présenté le 8 novembre 2010 BEE SECURE, un projet commun du Ministère de l’Economie et du Commerce extérieur, du Ministère de la Famille et de l’Intégration et du Ministère de l’Education et de la Formation Professionnelle.

5 Jahre sind im Internetzeitalter ganz schön lange und für BEE SECURE auf jeden Fall Grund genug, Partner und Unterstützer zusammenzurufen und gemeinsam einen Blick in die Vergangenheit zu werfen.

So versammelten sich am 9. Oktober rund 100 geladene Gäste im Forum Geesseknäppchen, wo allerhand „Requisiten“ der letzten fünf Jahre ausgestellt waren. Im Fokus standen die Sensibilisierungskampagnen, die seit 2010 BEE SECURE zur wichtigsten Anlaufstelle im Land machen, wenn es um die sichere Benutzung von Computer und Co geht.

Annual Reports BEESECURE – Starting 2010

 

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Analyse des risques

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LISA Stopline started 2008, became member in 2008 and changed to Stopline in 2012

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May 2012: Gust MEES published FREE Cyber Security courses about Cyber Security on WordPress https://gustmees.wordpress.com

 

2013-2014: Cyber-Security on Social Media twitter, Gust MEES introduces the hashtag <===> #FSCD <===> “Friday Security Check Day”, where users get reminded about Security by posting different blog posts and articles.

2013

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Gust MEES got interviewed about Cyber Security through Social Media twitter by Doug PETERSON who is ALSO featured At EdTech: we strive to create the most valuable resources for higher education technology professionals. One of the ways we do that is by highlighting the smartest and most innovative education tech bloggers on the web.

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More to come here, lots of research necessary… Meanwhile follow the following articles (curation) and links:


2017: 

Cybersecurity week in October:

 

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2016: WHAT is done in the country!? WHICH actors are helping to boost Cyber-Security!?

There are more and more companies and organisations offering courses about Cyber Security, such as:

 


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The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

The author was also a winner of an electronics contest (Germanic countries) in 1979 and got his project published in the “Electronics Magazine ELO”).

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SID2017: Safer Internet Day 2017-Participation

SID2017: Safer Internet Day 2017-Participation

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We are ALL responsible for the internet

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Safer Internet Day 2017 – Save the date!.

Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world.

Safer Internet Day 2017 will be celebrated on Tuesday 07 February 2017, with the strapline of ===> „Be the change: unite for a better internet“ <=== following the success of last year’s campaign.

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My participation for the SID2017

programmerman-animatedWHAT is special this year with my participation on SID2017

I created a ===> #GlobalCollaboration #blog <=== from  (my pseudo on twitter) & @ICTPHMS  for  about . The authors are from Luxembourg/Europe (me), one female teacher from the USA and a male teacher from the USA WHO are using my blog post to learn together and sharing THEIR practice with YOU dear readers.

Well, there is a lot of different views about ===> Digital CitizenShip <=== WE will explore WHAT could be THE BEST way to teach and to learn about Digital CitizenShip (hashtag on Twitter is #digcit).

Here below the links of OUR blog post:

How does it come that I post Global-Collaboration blog posts? Well, once the #ProfessionalDevelopment is Upto-Date, one does understand THAT learning in a team brings out a win-win situation and that a generation exchange is benefit for all of the participants as anyone learns from each other. BTW: here below other Global-Collaboration blogs with teaching persons from Australia, USA, France, Luxembourg (me):

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My publications in the local press (Luxembourg/Europe) and interviews:

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This year I participate ALSO with blogs in three languages, in English, German and French.

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I participate on #SID2017 in Luxembourg/Europe.

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Why should ===> anyone <=== participate?

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Cyber-security – a shared responsibility

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Cyber-Security is a shared responsibilityWE are ALL responsible for a more secure Internet and it is ===> OUR responsibility to build up the future for OUR kids, learners and students! <=== 

WE can do it by learning and teaching the basics of Cyber-Security and ALSO by helping international organizations such as “Safer Internet Day” to become a catalyst for such a difficult task!!!

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======> WE are living in a world of connected technology, Cyber-Security is a MUST!!! <======

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That is why I am participating on SID2017 with my FREE courses here:

My English contributions:

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My German contributions:

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My French contributions:

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and also with my curation here:

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Motivation To Work Together, Give It A Try

thumbs upMOTIVATION: Knowing NOW how important it is to take part of such a great Event, I encourage YOU ALL to take part of it by any possible action, even as a private person! I encourage especially private persons to display the banner from SID2017 on their blogs and/or websites :)

Where can I get the banners?

 

People who are on Twitter may use the hashtag #SID2017 to promote that Event, thanks for Helping to make the Internet a more secure place!

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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SID2016: Safer Internet Day 2016-Participation

SID2016: Safer Internet Day 2016-Participation

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We are ALL responsible for the internet

Image credit: http://www.ogilviedesign.co.uk/www.ogilviedesign.co.uk/Welcome.html

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Safer Internet Day 2016 – Save the date!

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Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world.

Safer Internet Day 2016 will be celebrated on Tuesday 09 February 2016, with the strapline of ===> “Play your part for a better internet” <=== following the success of last year’s campaign.

This website showcases some of the exciting activities and events that took place to celebrate the day in 2014. Click on the map below to get started, using the zoom control to locate the contacts and events in your country or visit the ‘SID Near You‘ section to explore news from the many countries and institutions involved. Visit the ‘SID Gallery‘ to find great resources from across the Insafe network and beyond to help you teach eSafety all year through.

For further information, read the summary or the full public report on Safer Internet Day 2014 activities and successes.

Keep checking back for the latest news as the SID 2016 starts to take shape.

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Check the video below, please, who explains about it.

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Learning IT-Security

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My participation for the SID2016

programmerman-animatedWHAT is special this year with my participation on SID2016

I created a ===> #GlobalCollaboration #blog <=== from  (my pseudo on twitter) & @ICTPHMS  for  about . The authors are from Luxembourg/Europe (me), one female teacher from the USA and a male teacher from the USA WHO are using my blog post to learn together and sharing THEIR practice with YOU dear readers.

Well, there is a lot of different views about ===> Digital CitizenShip <=== WE will explore WHAT could be THE BEST way to teach and to learn about Digital CitizenShip (hashtag on Twitter is #digcit).

Here below the links of OUR blog post:

How does it come that I post Global-Collaboration blog posts? Well, once the #ProfessionalDevelopment is Upto-Date, one does understand THAT learning in a team brings out a win-win situation and that a generation exchange is benefit for all of the participants as anyone learns from each other. BTW: here below other Global-Collaboration blogs with teaching persons from Australia, USA, France, Luxembourg (me):

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My publications in the local press (Luxembourg/Europe) and interviews:

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This year I participate ALSO with blogs in three languages, in English, German and French.

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I participate on #SID2016 in Luxembourg/Europe.

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Why should ===> anyone <=== participate?

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Cyber-security – a shared responsibility

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Cyber-Security is a shared responsibilityWE are ALL responsible for a more secure Internet and it is ===> OUR responsibility to build up the future for OUR kids, learners and students! <=== 

WE can do it by learning and teaching the basics of Cyber-Security and ALSO by helping international organizations such as “Safer Internet Day” to become a catalyst for such a difficult task!!!

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======> WE are living in a world of connected technology, Cyber-Security is a MUST!!! <======

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That is why I am participating on SID2016 with my FREE courses here:

My English contributions:

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My German contributions:

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My French contributions:

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and also with my curation here:

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Motivation To Work Together, Give It A Try

thumbs upMOTIVATION: Knowing NOW how important it is to take part of such a great Event, I encourage YOU ALL to take part of it by any possible action, even as a private person! I encourage especially private persons to display the banner from SID2015 on their blogs and/or websites :)

Where can I get the banners?

 

People who are on Twitter may use the hashtag #SID2016 to promote that Event, thanks for Helping to make the Internet a more secure place!

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Dan KIRSCH

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The author Dan KIRSCH teaches courses in Information/Communications & Technology (ICT) and Career/Technical Education (CTE) for students in grades 6-8 at Patrick Henry Middle School in South Dakota, USA.  Students in his classes focus on Social Media, Educational Technology, and most importantly Digital Citizenship.

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What Are THE BEST Ways Of TEACHing And LEARNing With ICT? | Ideas And Reflections As ALSO MY PracTICE

What Are THE BEST Ways Of TEACHing And LEARNing With ICT? | Ideas And Reflections As ALSO MY PracTICE

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What Are THE BEST Ways Of TEACHing And LEARNing? | Ideas And Reflections As ALSO MY PracTICE

Online since 1998 and giving ICT courses since 2002 as an pedagogical/andragogical (Andragogy) instructor I was reading a lot of multilingual books (French, German, English) about Pedagogy <===> 21st Century Learning and Teaching: Multilingual Books Recommendations <===> and I was reading a lot ALSO on the internet from renowned Universities online (mostly from Canada) which helped me to progress for an Up-To-Date Professional Development.

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Some reminders, please check images below please 😉

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Of course WE can’t say by 100% WHAT is THE BEST ways of TEACHing and LEARNing, BUT WE can share OUR PracTICE on the How-To WE did it and analyze it over the years by adapting for BETTER on each day… Through using Social Media, especially Twitter and connecting with other EDUcators, TEACHers, Instructional Coaches, WE can accelerate it even!

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Framing in EDUcationMY experience described in ONLY some phrases: Give the LEARNers, students (whatever age) the freedom of LEARNing without squeezing THEM into a FRAME and concentrate on guiding them as a coach by analyzing THEIR behavior and show them the How-To to become self-directed learners, autodidacts. SHOW THEM ALSO up from the beginning WHAT THE <===> LEARNing Path <===> will be with design of it and explain THEM that they could design themselves it with a short introduction on the How-To. THEY will learn the ICT-PracTICE which will help them once out of the <===> #SchoolCocoon <===> to be ready for Life-Long LEARNing and to be able to adapt very quickly in the workforce! WHEN YOU show the LEARNers, students <===> WHAT the profit is for THEIR private life <===> YOU will engage them very quickly 😉 AND DON’T teach THEM more as necessary, propose them some links to go further ONLY for those who want!!

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WHAT’S my message and WHY did I create this blog post!?

Well, I will encourage all youth and also adults, seniors, oldies to become <===>Life-Long LEARNers <===> and staying Up-To-Date with their knowledge, especially concerning their skills in ICT, called NOW <===> #eSkills <===>! In the modern world YOU will change YOUR job probably +/- 12 times in YOUR working career, it is very rare to stay life-long in the same job and/or same company!!! SO… The workforce is looking for people with ICT skills which YOU mostly didn’t learn at school, right!? 

YOU won’t have (mostly) the time to learn by visiting courses, right!? START to become Life-Long LEARNers by LEARNing on YOUR OWN pace, by becoming <===> Autodidacts <===> Self-Directed LEARNers. YOU are able to, I did it, so can YOU!? 😉

I found a job because of my ICT eSkills and I am STILL LEARNing on a daily base routine for being Up-To Date with my <===> Professional Development <===>, even being retired NOW! THE pleasure of LEARNing!

I did THE <===> ICT PracTICE <===> and THAT’S WHAT the workforce needs!!!


 Due to my eSkills I could share my knowledge AND expertise ALSO with the below mentioned as well as to a broad range of visitors from around the globe! 

Check out my blog posts:

AND check my profile below as well, at the bottom of this blog post please! 😉

 

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Especially I recommend to YOU to read the below as those blog posts describe my How-To and experience:

 

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Feedback from Social Media Twitter and interesting question: 

On 26-02-2016 I got a very interesting question posed by @EricssonCareers on Twitter, which I can’t answer with ONLY 140 characters and therefore I will answer it here in my blog post. See PIC below, please:

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Well, through the proposed way of learning in this blog post the learners, students will learn:

  • Asking for feedback by peers through Social Media an getting BETTER through it…
  • Having the mastery of ICT and Technology…
  • Being informed about new trends and getting NEW ideas, inspirations for new markets…

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Benefit for future innovators: by having learned in such an environment students, learners are used to work (learn) with a brain without pressure and will become “Open Minded” as well… A brain WHO doesn’t feel any pressure is FREE and ideas will flow, as it enhances creativity… And creativity is the major factor for innovation!

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

 

Stay tuned for next blog posts 😉

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Keywords for me to create this blog post: ICT a changer, eSkills, LEARNing To LEARN, Life-Long LEARNing, PracTICE, workforce needs, Howard GARDNER books, Synthesizing Mind, Mass of information How-To deal with it in PracTICE, curation, THINKing OUTSIDE of the SchoolCocoon, integration of Apps as FACILITATORS, PERSONAL PROFIT, reading blog posts from OTHERS and analyzing them to find out a BETTER way, LEARNing By Doing, Coaching, adapting constantly,

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PracTICE: How DOES The Internet Help ME In My Private Life, Professional Development, Job AND Career

PracTICE: How DOES The Internet Help ME In My Private Life, Professional Development, Job AND Career

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PracTICE: How DOES The Internet Help ME In My Private Life, Professional Development, Job AND Career

programmerman-animatedI am a pioneer and was always one of the first to try out NEW stuff since my young age, very curious about it WHAT that could be and WHAT would be my advantage to use it. Let us call it <===> Learning By Doing <===> to get some knowledge, skills and experience out of that adventure 😉 Did I say <===> adventure!? <===> YES, it is actually! An adventure to discover NEW stuff where one doesn’t know where it will end 😉 BUT it is a BIG fun ALSO and one learns a lot through it! This attitude brings one ALSO to a <===> Life-Long LEARNing <===> strategy which I wouldn’t miss, whatever age one has! I am actually (2015) aged sixty (60), retired since 2014 (pedagogical/andragogical ICT Instructor) and STILL learning on a daily base as it is a pleasure for me.

It is ALSO a pleasure for me to share my knowledge with OTHERS (especially EDU related people) on Social Media Twitter, through curation and blogging. The internet (I started 1998) is a GREAT resource and a wonderful <===> Virtual World <===> which needs to get discovered and where WE need to know ALSO its dangers, same as in <===> Real World <===> let us call it <===> Awareness and Digital CitiZENship!

Before WE start, the above title is a long one, let us break it down to the different Topics: private life, Professional Development, job and career.


How Does The Internet Help ME In My Private Life!?

programmerman-animatedAs already mentioned I started using the internet in 1998 with a very slow 56k Dial-Up Modem (which made ALSO a lot of noise…) and I found out about the search engines and the How-To to find information on it. Then I discovered about Cyber Security problems, virus and Co by reading specialized Computer-Magazines. YES, that existed already at that time!!! I was telling OTHERS about those threats; THEY told me that I am crazy as THEY didn’t realize its existence! SO… I continued learning about it and I became a vigilant internet user. Knowledge and skills which I developed through the years, see on the bottom of this blog post, please.  BUT, as a normal user, how can the internet help me in my private life!?

Well, a lot actually: I can check for Restaurants, I can book my holidays online, I can buy stuff online, I can book nearly WHATEVER I want online, I can search for BEST prices online for WHATEVER, I can prepare my holidays with special interactive maps (ThingLink), I can use “Google maps” to find my way, even with “Streetmap” which makes my traveling much easier, I can find cooking and baking recipes as well as tutorials on YouTube, I can share my experience and life experience through blogging and curation

Internet history:

Some examples of blogs and curation about gardening (flowers), cooking, festivals:

Some special online tools:

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How Does The Internet Help ME In My Professional Development!?

programmerman2Because of the internet I have a 24/7 access and I can learn whenever, wherever I want: SO… I can plan my learning on my OWN pace, alone as an autodidact (self-directed learning) and/or through Social Media Twitter. I use curation on each day and I develop through curation my <===> Personal [Professional] Knowledge Management. I use ALSO blogging with WordPress. And I use Twitter as well. Through the internet I learn much more quicker, especially through <===> curation!

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How Did The Internet Help ME In My Job!?

programmerman-animatedI found a new job because of my ICT skills, even that I became an “pedagogical/andragogical ICT course instructor“, check below please for the full story:

Even several articles from me were published in the press and a University in Germany is referring to my FREE online courses, check below please:

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How Does The Internet Help ME In My Career!?

Well, please check below.

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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WHAT’S my message and WHY did I create this blog post!?

Firts of all I get a lot of profit out of the internet and the connections which I make with others: Well, I will encourage all youth and also adults, seniors, oldies to become <===>Life-Long LEARNers <===> and staying Up-To-Date with their knowledge, especially concerning their skills in ICT, called NOW <===> #eSkills <===>! In the modern world YOU will change YOUR job probably +/- 12 times in YOUR working career, it is very rare to stay life-long in the same job and/or same company!!! SO… The workforce is looking for people with ICT skills which YOU mostly didn’t learn at school, right!? 

YOU won’t have (mostly) the time to learn by visiting courses, right!? START to become Life-Long LEARNers by LEARNing on YOUR OWN pace, by becoming <===> Autodidacts <===> Self-Directed LEARNers. YOU are able to, I did it, so can YOU!? 😉

I found a job because of my ICT eSkills and I am STILL LEARNing on a daily base routine for being Up-To Date with my <===> Professional Development <===>, even being retired NOW! THE pleasure of LEARNing!

I did THE <===> ICT PracTICE <===> and THAT’S WHAT the workforce needs!!!


 Due to my eSkills I could share my knowledge AND expertise ALSO with the below mentioned as well as to a broad range of visitors from around the globe! 

Check out my blog posts:

 

 

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Stay tuned for next blog posts 😉

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Keywords necessary for me to create this blog post: Life experience, manager, competitive, competition, adapting, all-round talents, image editing, image editing for the web, websites, curation, Social Media, editing, collaboration, team-work, idea development, Social Media knowledge, learning to learn, Life-Long Learning, daily curation, integrating Global Collaboration,

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CyberHygiene For Beginners, Easy To follow Steps For Anyone | Reflexes To Get Used To

CyberHygiene For Beginners, Easy To follow Steps For Anyone | Reflexes To Get Used To

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CyberHygiene For Beginners, Easy To follow Steps For Anyone | Reflexes To Get Used To

We are ALL responsible for the internet

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Internet safety is the responsibility of EVERYONE! It isn’t actually THAT difficult to apply a healthy behavior on the internet to stay secure, one needs to have some reflexes, daily reflexes… Let us call them <===> CyberHygiene <===> as they are about care anyway.

WHAT do WE have to take care about!? Check below please:

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  • Updates about our “Operating System” (OS)
  • Updates about so-called “Third Party Programs”
  • Back-up from our files and/or the whole Hard Disk
  • Installation of protection-software, anti-malware, anti-spyware tools included…
  • Protection of our privacy
  • Encryption
  • Secure Passwords

MOST of the above mentioned are automated tasks, SO NO way to NOT use THEM 😉 GET used to IT! GET the reflexes!

For more in depth knowledge, check below please (more theory):

Check ALSO about the How-To from the EU (Europe):

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The PracTICE / How To Get The Right Reflexes To Stay Secure?

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          • First of ALL, check my blog ===> Cyber-Security Practice: Learn it in one week <=== and follow ALL the steps.
          • Chose a day in the week where YOU control YOUR updates and YOUR computers & mobiles security! I suggest the Friday, as I created on Twitter the “Friday Security Check Day“, hashtag = #FSCD. Get used to it on any Friday, get THE reflex!
  • On any second Tuesday on each month Microsoft and Adobe publish new updates, install THEM! THEY are a MUST! It’s the Patch-Tuesday!
  • Introduce a pledge in YOUR family, where every family member MUST sign and accept it! It will give a Community feeling and RESPONSIBILITY!

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Keywords necessary for me to create this blog post: eSkills, eCitizen, #digcit, EU, Europe, 21st Century LEARNing, collaboration, lifelong LEARNing, learning to learn, coaching, accelerated learning, le mieux apprendre, time management, tagboard, curation, PLN, PKM, Social Media, Twitter, catalyst, amplifier, Modern Edu, Twitter Chat’s, Social Media, curation, blogging, Multimedia, LEARNing To LEARN, Life-Long LEARNing, PLN, PKM, Twitter, Updates, third party applications, BYOD, malware, botnets, mobile security, CyberSecurity, community feeling, community responsibility,

Stay tuned for next blog posts 😉

 

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Let Us Talk About eSkills. | WHAT Is It?

Let Us Talk About eSkills. | WHAT Is It?

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WHAT Is eSkills? WHY Does The “e” Stand Before?

Manifesto: get an overview of challenges & opportunities outlined by experts .

[Start text from the MANIFESTO 2015] Much has been written about the digital skills gap and whether Europe is falling behind in the race for digital talent. After some spectacular declines in ICT education enrollments and graduate numbers in the first years of the new millennium, the European Commission developed a long-term e-skills strategy to reverse the worrying trend. Now, and since 2010, the number of ICT students is growing again. The good news today is that there are signs that the rate of growth is quicker than expected. [END text from the MANIFESTO 2015].

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Related articles:

Check ALSO on Social Media Twitter <===> #eSkills


WHAT else is important on a holistic and proactive view to reach a professional way for eSkills?

Check below please:

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Internet of Things (in DE, FR, EN):
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ICT SKILLS (eSkills / eLeaderShip / digcit / Digital Citizenship), multilingual:
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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Keywords necessary for me to create this blog post: eSkills, eCitizen, #digcit, EU, Europe, 21st Century LEARNing, collaboration, lifelong LEARNing, learning to learn, coaching, accelerated learning, le mieux apprendre, time management, tagboard, curation, PLN, PKM, Social Media, Twitter,

Stay tuned for next blog posts 😉

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WHAT Are THE Skills Needed From Students In The Future!?

WHAT Are THE Skills Needed From Students In The Future!?

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WHAT Are THE Skills Needed From Students In The Future!? OR, WHAT Are THE Jobs Look Like In The Future!?

That are actually questions which I get asked very often from people and where I could ask ONLY the first one! WHAT Are THE Skills Needed From Students In The Future!? Well, there is one well renown person WHO explains it BEST in my opinion, and that is Howard GARDNER. Please check the picture below to understand.

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When YOU have a closer look than YOU will realize that the <===> Synthesizing Mind <===> is THE major skill needed! I use it since ages in my courses and with a big success! Actually ALL my blogs and blog posts are based on it.

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HOW Can WE Create OUR Courses Based On The Synthesizing Mind!?

Please check my Flowcharts below:

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programmerman-animatedFacts to consider and advice:

YOU SHOULD explain that to YOUR LEARNers by designing the courses and tell THEM that they shouldn’t fear, that they should tell YOU when being in trouble, YOU should tell them that YOU take ALL the necessary time so that THEY will understand it, YOU should encourage them at any moment so that they will find the pleasure to LEARN 😉 YOU SHOULD use Empathy, observing them and find out WHO are those who are shy; the ones WHO won’t tell you when there is a problem. YOU SHOULD interact with them, looking over their shoulders and finding out WHERE the problem is.

That is the hardest part BUT the MOST IMPORTANT one as when they understood that they could find confidence in YOU, then they will advance in their LEARNing, THEY NEED confidence in YOU and in THEMSELVES!

Thus meaning: make the LEARNing individual! Take care of each person till they have understood it. It is like <===> differentiated instruction <===> EDUcation, BUT more coaching than teaching. In one phrase, differentiated instruction is primarily suiting instructional means to meet individual learning needs.

YOU can download the 3 pdf’s merged together here <===> 3 PDF’s-document_fusionne

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The above mentioned could get updated by more actually, such as: collaboration, coaching, TEAMTEACHing, etc. for 21st Century Skills (left hand bottom). In upper-right corner YOU could add as well: videos, animations, comics, Skype, Webquests, etc.

Learn more:

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Learn more from my previous posts <===> Design The Learning Of YOUR Learners, Students | Ideas and from <===> PracTICE examples <===> https://gustmees.wordpress.com/?s=PracTICE <===.

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How Are Leading Countries In EDUcation Implement This!?

Well, when WE talk about leading countries in EDUcation MOST think certainly about Finland in Europe, which is true! BUT, there are ALSO other countries worth to have a look on it and to learn from them, as well as Luxembourg in Europe who is starting its NEW EDUReform in September 2015! I will present YOU my favorites below from WHOM I learned a lot online:

Let us talk ALSO about the initiative of the European Commission <===> eSkills For Jobs 2015 <===> Learn more:

Check out ALSO YOUR competencies by trying the below quiz:

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 THE Newcomer Luxembourg In Europe

Luxembourg WHO wants to build on as being THE country for ICT related companies made BIG efforts and is on its GOOD way to realize this as finally it has done its EDUReform WHO fits these needs, check below please.

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WHAT Are THE Jobs Look Like In The Future!?

Well, there is certainly no one WHO could answer that question! One can ONLY speculate about it: there will certainly be a lot of jobs who will be created because of Social Media, Internet of Things and Cyber Security; some certainly also from the MakerED industry an I guess that (my prediction) that the Cyber Hygiene sector would become the future jobs market as well! WHY in Cyber Hygiene!? WHAT is Cyber Hygiene anyway!?

As Cybercrime as also Cyberespionage, so as privacy problems will certainly NOT going away, it is important if not a MUST that the employees of companies are well trained about those risks! There is certainly a big market in training employees.

Learn more:

 

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DON’T take apart Privacy, Internet Safety AND Cyber Security as THEY are part of a WHOLE, called <===> Digital CitiZENship <===> Learning To Learn!

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Tweet: DON’T take apart #Privacy #InternetSafety #CyberSurity as THEY ARE part of a WHOLE, called <==> #DigitalCitiZENship <==>!!! #LEARNing2LEARN

 

Learn more about the jobs of the future below, please:

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Stay tuned for next blog post(s) 😉

 

Keywords necessary for me to create this blog post (preparation / brain storming): eSkills, eLeadership, Howard GARDNER, Synthesizing Mind, Community Manager, Social Media, jobs related to Social Media, programmer, ICT Cyber Security specialists, Apps programmers, designing courses, blogging, blogs, curation,

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Andragogy | Adult Teaching: How-To Teach ICT!? | PracTICE

Andragogy | Adult Teaching: How-To Teach ICT!? | PracTICE

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Andragogy, Adult Teaching!? WHAT Is Different From Normal Student Teaching!?

students-workforceIt is a question which I get asked very often “Andragogy, Adult Teaching!? WHAT Is Different From Normal Student Teaching!?“. Well, first remember that adults and seniors are OUT of the <===> #SchoolCocoon <===> since long or very long, THEY are NOT used anymore for learning! That is a very important fact to consider first before YOU start teaching adults and seniors. ALSO, adults and seniors are NOW (as out of school) mostly more focused on the benefits THEY could have in their private life and are willing to learn stuff which fits to their needs in private life!

Another very important point to consider is that a lot of adults, seniors have a FEAR against schools and school-teaching, they made bad experiences with teachers AND still thinking on the stress with tests! AND they are used to an OLD outdated EDUcation System which told them that learning is finished once reached the degree (the diploma in the pockets)! BTW: a RETHINKING of EDUcation for <===> Life-Long Learning is a MUST! As well as how the diplomas are getting handled and valued: e.g. A diploma today doesn’t show any professional development made!!! My proposition is to create the diplomas as: first diploma after school is “A, B,C etc…”, then the professional development (followed courses) should get added such as e.g. A1-2015-1: first professional development made in 2015, one course. A1-2015-5 first professional development made in 2015, five courses, and so on…

This would make the diplomas more valuable as the workforce would recognize them much more than normal ones where they don’t see straight on if a person has followed courses after school or not…

THE factor time is ALSO very important, as said already above, adults and seniors need MORE time to learn as NOT used anymore for learning! Prepare YOUR courses by considering longer sessions! 

And as (already) MOST of YOU know me, a music video, related to the TOPIC 😉

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Chose ALSO a room who doesn’t look sterile (white color) as it would remind them school again! And of course DON’T give the courses in a school! Sounds strange!? Think on the psychological background of fear 😉 Make the learners feel comfortable!

And last but not least, DON’T teach adults, seniors with a normal pedagogy, as THEY won’t accept it to get treated as 12 year old persons!!! THEY ARE OUT OF SCHOOL and they want to get treated as adult, <===> mature persons<===>!


SO… How To Teach Adults, Seniors!?

1ibdy1vf6wghd-n05dgl-aigainformation1First of all, I mentioned it already above, DON’T let them feel like being in school and that YOU are a teacher, educator! Tell them that YOU will be THEIR coach who is guiding them and NOT teaching them and that THEY have a certain autonomy in the “Learning Room” (NOT Classroom!) They are allowed to move around in the “Learning Room”, searching help among their peers by respecting the noise level, copying from each other <===> YES, copying is allowed, OH WHAT FUN <===> everything which was forbidden in the <===> #SchoolCocoon <===> is allowed here, hey that makes engaging them and they have fun as well 🙂

As THEIR coach YOU take care of an individual learning, YOU assist the persons in their learning, DON’T FORGET about the learning rhythm, one size doesn’t fit all! Some persons need more time…

YOU may use a beamer (or a digital whiteboard, depending on YOUR budget…) to introduce first about WHAT the learners will attend to learn where YOU show ALSO the <===> Learning Path <===> which YOU have prepared for them, so they will know up from the beginning where the destination goes with ALL the differentstations“, they will feel comfortable as they can visualize it, they will know as well WHAT skills they will acquire, less unknown stuff to think about…

An example below:

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Motivation for adults and seniors… NO excuses for NOT willing to learn 😉

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Course participants may print the above images and keep it with them, so they remember how young their brain is <===> 18 years <===>!

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programmerman-animatedFacts to consider and advice:

Adults and especially seniors are NOT anymore used to LEARNing! By knowing this YOU need to take care about it: YOU SHOULD explain that to YOUR LEARNers and tell THEM that they shouldn’t fear, that they should tell YOU when being in trouble, YOU should tell them that YOU take ALL the necessary time so that THEY will understand it, YOU should encourage them at any moment so that they will find the pleasure to LEARN 😉 YOU SHOULD use Empathy, observing them and find out WHO are those who are shy; the ones WHO won’t tell you when there is a problem. YOU SHOULD interact with them, looking over their shoulders and finding out WHERE the problem is.

That is the hardest part BUT the MOST IMPORTANT one as when they understood that they could find confidence in YOU, then they will advance in their LEARNing, THEY NEED confidence in YOU and in THEMSELVES!

Thus meaning: make the LEARNing individual! Take care of each person till they have understood it. It is like <===> differentiated instruction <===> EDUcation, BUT more coaching than teaching. In one phrase, differentiated instruction is primarily suiting instructional means to meet individual learning needs.

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Considering the “Learning Room“:

As mentioned already, make sure that the room isn’t sterile, NOT white! Consider the psychology of colors as it works, my 9 years experience with adults and seniors (NOT teaching) coaching. I used a pastel yellow color in the “Learning Room“, why!?

Yellow adds optimism to your home, prompting feelings of happiness in all who enter. Yellow activates memory, stimulates the nervous system, promotes communication and sparks creativity. And THAT is WHAT WE want in learning, isn’t it 😉

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Make ALSO sure that there is an extra room available, where the adults, seniors can jump in to drink a beverage and eventually have some chatting with other participants, make them feel relax

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SO… WHAT To Teach THEM And How!?

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As mentioned already, adults and seniors learn differently and slower (consider the time fact); they want stuff which they can use in their private life! SO… WHAT could be those interests!? Did I say interests, YES, it is exactly this WHERE YOU need to focus when giving courses to adults and seniors! Before starting a course I do every time an introduction session where myself and others present themselves, after the introduction I ask everybody to come in front to me and writing with capital letters on a Flipchart their interests, they could use ALSO 4 different colors (red, green, blue, black).

WHY this!? First of all, there is a bit action as they have ALL to move from their places which is different from <===> #SchoolCocoon <===> and the color they chose is ALSO a sign of their character and mood… By the way: I ask them later also WHY they were choosing that color, just to open a discussion and to make them curios about next steps; they will be aware ALSO that I observe what is going around me and that I give THEM attention

WE will have a look all together NOW on the Flipchart and to find out the common interests, thus meaning: there will be a lot of people probably (mostly) who have THE same interests (hobbies) and NOW everybody knows WHO has the same hobby. WE created already an interest community without knowing it as these people will later talk together and probably will make an exchange of experiences 😉 It is up from there WE will build up OUR course(s)!

YOU certainly will encounter these hobbies: cooking, traveling, festivals, photos, gardening, cinema, reading, swimming, different sports, wandering, cards playing, taking videos, music, motorcycles, cars and more… That are the most common ones by my  experience over 9 years.

Some examples of blogs and curation about gardening (flowers), cooking, festivals:

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NOW WE know much more about OUR course participants and WE have a starting base: as anybody mostly is proud about WHAT they are doing and easily willing to talk about it (mostly…) WE will show THEM on How-To they can do it through using ICT by explaining THEM that more people would see THEIR exploits and knowledge by using curation, blogging and Social Media. WE will explain them ALSO how it will work by examples, so that THEY can see it visually. And WHY NOT, for the creative ones, how to use “ThingLink“. By experience, women are MORE creative than men, just saying…

Learn more about Curation, Blogging, ThingLink, PLN, PKM:

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SO… How Can I Say That This (The PracTICE) Is Working!?

programmerman-animatedWell, I was a pioneer in my country Luxembourg (Europe) already in 2002 where I gave pedagogical courses about ICT to a wide range of the population as up from 12 years old (even younger when together with a parent) to 79 years old with different nationalities. ALSO there were two days in the week reserved (booked by planing inside the school) for the primary school where they could use OUR “ICT LEARNing room” by my coaching to learn the (at that time) NEW technologies. Schools didn’t have YET computers in the classes at that time and I was working very close together with the teachers and helped also to convince the responsible people from the commune about the necessity of computers in the classrooms, which worked 😉

SO… WHAT was that “ICT LEARNing Room“, called “Internetstuff“!? And WHY was my “Internetstuff” DIFFERENT from ALL the others in Luxembourg!?

A bit History and Story Telling: What is a “Internetstuff”? It was a project by the “European Commission” to bring the “ICT” to ALL the inhabitants in any commune in the European countries. They called it at that time “eEurope” and in Luxembourg it was a special task force, called “eLuxembourg” that was charged about it. SO, they decided to create special places where the population could learn through courses about “ICT”, which they called “Internetstuffen”.

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The Government in Luxembourg was looking at the time to find competent people to give those courses about ICT and they were advertising in the newspapers, where I made my application. I was selected and had to follow a 4 months long education through special tailored courses about the How-To to give pedagogical courses with ICT, a bit hard at that time as I was 45 years old already, BUT I did it and I found my vocation!

I offered my services and skills to different communes and it was in ETTELBRUCK (North of the country and 30 km away from where I am living) that I found a new job and a new adventure as a pioneer. Apart from giving courses about and with ICT, NO ONE of the responsible persons had a clue about the How-To, so they told me “Do what You want, You should know what…“, OK, I was perplex and ALONE to do this job!

First I elaborated the opening hours, than I created a “brochure” which was sent to all the houses in that small city (8k inhabitants) to inform them about this new service offered by the commune. I created also a “member card” of a value of 25€ for a whole year who gave the participants the right to visit the place to use only the internet (very few had Internet in 2002) and/or to take part of courses. The place was open on a 5/8, 5 days from Monday to Saturday from 8h30 am to 11h30 am and from 13h30 to 17h30. Monday and Wednesday mornings were reserved for Primary School classes from 08h am to 11h30 am. Saturday and Sunday was closed.

There were also evening courses organized and I collected about 1k6 (1,600) hours of overtime work during 1 1/2 year (non payed hours)! I couldn’t do that job anymore alone, BUT I din’t get a co-worker allowed neither. NO budget for it! I decided NOT anymore giving evening courses and giving the courses on a different way: people (learners) could visit the place whenever they wanted during the opening hours (only in the day) and I would give them courses individually and on different disciplines (security, Office, Photo Editing, website building, email, Skype…).

The learners had more autonomy, I let them work by PracTICE after first having them explained about the How-To shown with a beamer and then also on their own PC (there were 10 PCs in the Learning Room). They could come WHEN they wanted and for how long they wanted. They were completely FREE, no MUST, NO STRESS… I explained them, showed them, observed them (studied their behavior…) and interacted only when needed, when I felt that they must get a bit help to continue. I encouraged them to try by error till they would have learned it and when learned I showed them some tricks by giving advice on How-To do BETTER. It was ME who adjusted and adapted to them, a win-win situation. They learned slowly but surely and once the basics understood (the most important) they learned the other stuff to learn much more quick as they felt more confident about ICT. I encouraged them to practice at home which they all did. I asked them where they still have problems when practicing at home and WE repeated it on another way when possible, otherwise same procedure…

I was also constantly updating my “Professional Development” by reading lots of books (insatiable…):

Autonomy, TEAM, self-directed, autodidact, coaching, guide, analyzing learners constantly, adapting constantly, FAQ’s, PLN, PKM, SKYPE, VOIP Telephony, image editing, eMail, collaboration,

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Testimonials, Feedback From My LEARNers

This, below, is NOT bragging BUT my pride about the feedback (which is a MUST) from my “LEARNers” who visited my courses.

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The above texts are in French, Luxembourgish, Italian, Portuguese, German: if YOU are NOT used to those languages please check this App with whom YOU can translate, actually very useful when visiting other countries then yours 😉

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The above text is in French, if YOU are NOT used to the language of Molière please check this App with whom YOU can translate, actually very useful when visiting other countries then yours 😉

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More about the history behind the above feedback, YES there is a special story behind, please check:

 


In 2015 Coaching-Mentoring Is Seen As An Education Difference-Maker

[START Text from On Educational Coaching, Mentoring & High-Impact Learning] Coaching is a difference-maker in education.  Think of the mindset evident in high-performing athletic teams, chess teams, even actors and other entertainers. Content providers are valuable, but that is not what makes learning organizations distinct, especially not those that seek to reach and provide a high-quality education to a full spectrum of learners. The same thing is true as we continue to implement things like competency-based education models. Many celebrate the way CBE can reduce the cost of college degrees, increasing access and opportunity, and addressing critical workforce needs. However, if cost reduction happens at the expense of great coaching and mentoring, I am concerned that we will make little progress in the democratization of education. The “haves and have nots” of education depend largely upon the prerequisite skills needed to take advantage of newer and emerging learning environments ranging from CBE to MOOCs, self-directed learning to self-organized learning environments. [END Text from On Educational Coaching, Mentoring & High-Impact Learning]

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Feedback, Reflecting A MUST-Adapting Constantly

As already mentioned above, I asked a lot about WHERE some could have problems to understand and encouraged the learners to tell me, even I asked them to write down on the Flipchart questions they would have eventually. WE collected them all and when they were fit enough on the keyboard I let them create themselves (with my little help) a FAQ’s list (Frequently Asked Questions) and a glossary, see example below please.

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Please find below my blog posts about FAQ’s:

Keywords: win-win situation… honesty, straight talking, dealing with mature people, provoking could be (I do…) welcome with a bit irony and humor, dealing with humans, different characters needs to get analyzed before action, a bit courage to go out of normal,

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Necessary Material For The Courses

Apart from the computers with internet connection here below a list of necessary material:

  • Flipchart
  • Printer All In One (with scanning function)
  • Camera for Photo Editing courses
  • USB Sticks
  • Head phones with micro for Skype use
  • Some webcams for Skype use

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Is My Proposed Way Of Coaching With ICT ONLY For Adult Learning!?

sharing iconThere is a lot of common from the above mentioned with youth coaching and could be applied as well for them! WHEN YOU make youth feeling being accepted as adults, they will give YOU more respect and it will be a GOOD atmosphere for BETTER learning also! I had teens visiting my “Learning Room [Internetstuff]” for the ONLY purpose to listen and to observe when I gave courses with coaching to the participants. They came in their FREE time when there wasn’t school and made their homework while observing also my “style of teaching, as they said”. I got told by some of them that they learned MORE in 2 hours about ICT than they learned in a month in school. And THAT is THE difference between theory and <===> PracTICE! <===>.

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Useful Links

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Preparation, keywords necessary for me to create this blog post: EPAL, Andragogy, Heutagogy, Flowchart, cooking, nature, flowers, gardening, traveling, interests, PracTICE, profit for private life, NO THEORY!, engagement, Social Media, sharing, communication, NO FEAR, which websites to trust, which FREE services to use, which FREEWARE to use, Kursus schmackhaft machen, spice in LEARNing, quote Gust, LEARNing2LEARN, Life-Long LEARNing, blogs creating, NO STRESS, NO TIME LIMITATION, NOT FORCING, LEARNing-By-Doing, selfish, pride of something (sports, traveling…), bragging through Social Media (negative transformed to positive)…, staying in touch with (abroad) family, Skype, Facebook, Picasa, PhotoScape, Photo Editing, ThingLink, Creativity, positive Psychology, TEAM or WHO is BETTER, individualists, Streber, Alpha person and/or TEAMLEADER, community THINKing OR selfish, Empathy, NO RELIGION and NO politics allowed in courses to respect each OTHER, tolerance, Win-Win thinking amplified for course participants, win-win situation between coach and learners,

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GUST-AVRIL2014-800px-2L’auteur Gust MEES est Formateur andragogique / pédagogique TIC, membre du “Comité Conseil” de “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), appelé maintenant BEESECURE, partenaire officiel (consultant) du Ministère de l’éducation au Luxembourg du projet  ”MySecureIT“, partenaire officiel du Ministère du Commerce au Luxembourg du projet ”CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).


The author Gust MEES is ICT Course Instructor, ”Member of the Advisory Board” from “Luxembourg Safer Internet” (LuSI), BEESECURE, Official Partner (Consultant) from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg, project “MySecureIT“, Official Partner from the Ministry of Commerce in Luxembourg, project “CASES” (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancement Structure).

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Stay tuned for next blog post(s) 😉

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