Development of software for teaching students safety work in e-mail

  • Denys Volodymyrovych Stolbov Computer Science Department, G. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University, 2, Blucher Street, Kharkiv, 61168, Ukraine
Keywords: e-mail, threats, safety online

Abstract

This paper highlights the main aspects in development of e-mail simulator. The paper shows features of teaching students e-mail security and describes steps of development the simulator. The result of the paper includes an example of working the simulator.

The research focus: to describe design and implementation features of the software for teaching students safety work in e-mail.

Goals: 1) to reveal the need for teaching students safety work in e-mail; 2) determine the technical requirements of software for teaching students safety work in e-mail; 3) describe the software logical model and justify the choice of design tools; 4) implement the development software model.

Object: the learning process of secondary school students.

Subject: development of software for teaching students safety in e-mail.

The research methods: study of specifics of teaching students safety work in e-mail, designing e-learning tools.

The results: design and implemented of software for teaching students safety work in e-mail.

The conclusion: reviewed the features of teaching students safety in e-mail, described main stages of the software design teaching students’ safety in e-mail.

References

1. The protection of children online: Risks faced by children online and policies to protect them / Working Party on Information Security and Privacy”. – OECD Publishing. – 02-May-2011. – 104 p. – (OECD Digital Economy Papers, No. 179)
2. Educational Simulations. Use Simulations To Help Students Learn [Electronic resource] / creativeteachingsite.com. – 2011. – Access mode : http://www.creativeteachingsite.com/edusims.html.
Published
2015-09-04
How to Cite
Stolbov, D. (2015). Development of software for teaching students safety work in e-mail. Theory and Methods of Learning Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, 13(2), 201-209. Retrieved from https://ccjournals.eu/ojs/index.php/tmn/article/view/787
Section
Theory and methods of learning informatics