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GCU Live Lessons for TSA Chapters

Thank you for partnering with us for your TSA State Conference. As a follow-up we’d like to further introduce our Live Lessons as an additional opportunity for your schools and chapters of TSA to take advantage of for the rest of this school year and into the fall semester. Please share this email with your teachers and administration as you see fit.

Here at GCU we have thoughtfully put together a catalog of 50+ free educational lessons featuring GCU curriculum designed by our college experts and faculty. These lessons are led remotely by a student representative from GCU, via live stream, using Zoom, Google Meets, or Microsoft Teams depending on your preferred platform. We provide options for both traditional and distanced learning classroom settings. So, no matter what your classroom looks like this semester or the next, we will find a lesson that your students can participate in!

These interactive lessons allow students to gain hands-on experience in a variety of topics while exploring potential career paths, all from your traditional or virtual classroom setting. Check out the video below for a closer look at the live lesson experience.

Some of our most popular technology lessons are listed below, but you can also view the full catalog here.

Back-End Software Development: Meme Creator *Distance learning option

In this activity, students will receive hands-on training in the basics of how Back-End Website Development works utilizing the programming language of Java in creating and editing a Meme Creator.

Front-End Software Development: Magic Eight Ball *Distance learning option

In this activity, students will receive hands-on training in the basics of how Front-End Website Development works utilizing the programming languages of HTML, CSS and JavaScript in creating and editing a Magic Eight Ball.

Cybersecurity: Network Forensics

In this activity, students will take a role as a forensics investigator to catch the criminal “Ann Decover”. Students will build a case against the criminal and her accomplice and catch them before they head out of town by using a tool called Wireshark.

Cybersecurity: Password Cracking

In this activity, students will learn how to crack password hashes using real-world scenarios via hash cat and hash-identifier

As our Spring semester comes to a close, there is limited availability left through April. However, if you would like to be notified when our Fall scheduling opens back up please fill out your information here and you will be contacted as soon as our Calendar is reopened.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at or with any questions or concerns.

God Bless,

Grand Canyon University is committed to supporting you on your educational journey and your opinion is important to us. If at any time you would like to share more about your experience at GCU with my supervisor, Daniel Hazy, please feel free to contact him at (602) 247-4686 or via email at or send to

Kacey Carvajal

Program Development Specialist, Technology

Traditional Campus


Grand Canyon University

3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017

602-247-3788 Office

Local Fax: 602-761-3532

Toll Free Fax: 877-222-4738

Click here to schedule an appointment with me today!

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