StoryPass – Password Rules Hidden in a Storytelling Game Activity: Steps towards Its Implementation

Abstract : Today, many children are born into a digital culture, accessing new technologies on a daily basis. As a result, within the last few years, experts have been developing numerous tools and practices for education practitioners, parents and children , in order to help the latter adopt a safe online behaviour and grow as responsible digital citizens. A major defining characteristic of digital citizenship (accor-ding to ISTE Standards) is password security. As past research shows, children shape their habits by observing (imitation) and recognizing patterns within their experiences (induction), it is essential to design learning experiences which help them understand password issues from an early age. StoryPass is an (offline) game activity prototype which aims to sensitize young children to the need to keep their information private, using strong passwords for their log-ins and sign-ups. Capitalizing on knowledge gained in the area of password robustness and entropy, the game activity idea uses a creative storytelling method in an attempt to deepen children's understanding of password security issues. This paper discusses the first findings from the design and the actual implementation of this learning experience (LX) by students from a Guadeloupe primary school.
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Lamprini Chartofylaka, Antoine Delcroix. StoryPass – Password Rules Hidden in a Storytelling Game Activity: Steps towards Its Implementation. 8th International Toy Research Association World Conference, Jul 2018, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02151140⟩

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