4-H members at MCYC learned about Cipher Space!

On Wednesday, October 20, 4-H members at the Mondovi Community Youth Center were eager to role play as scientists and changed codes into words that displayed a secret message.  The students made their own Caesar cipher wheels to decode encrypted messages with a key number to solve.  Deciphering uses critical thinking skills students will need as adults in the workplace. 4-H members that participated in the National 4-H STEM Challenge discussed the importance of cybersecurity and how to be effective digital citizens.

Noah Wayne and Lauren Segerstrom work closely to figure out the secret message for them.

Carter Larson and Gavin Segerstrom put on their Critical Thinking Caps and used their Cipher Code Wheel to help them.

One of the secret code words that students at MCYC solved.

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