Cybersecurity: Introduction to Steganography

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Aishat Balogun


This is part of a series of lessons that teach 9th-12th graders about cybersecurity. This lesson begins with a reminder to the students about ethics and cybersecurity and is followed by a problem scenario that introduces the topic of steganography. Students are expected to contribute and explore options and solutions to the problem scenario, followed by a lesson on steganography where students will practice creating their own steganography models as examples. This lesson concludes by having the learners exchange their finished projects (a game) for fellow students to decode the clues as they play the game.


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Balogun, A. (2022). Cybersecurity: Introduction to Steganography. Journal of Technology-Integrated Lessons and Teaching, 1(2), 18–23.
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Aishat Balogun, Indiana University

Aishat Olere Balogun likes to create multiple opportunities for students to extend STEM outside the school/classroom curriculum. Her interests include science education; STEM; and the intersection of technology, learning, and its application to education. She is currently a 9th - 12th grade science teacher, an adjunct professor, and a doctoral student in the Indiana University Bloomington instructional technology department in the school of education.