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We hope that the summer had a lot of relaxing time to recharge your batteries for all of you and the start into a new semester and school year takes off with a momentum:
Our NetSpace team heard all of your input and feedback, thought about it and created CCNA 5.1 “the best CCNA ever” … statement from the German community.
What is the change?
Parts of the very demanding content was moved to the appendix, repetitions were deleted, explanatory video material was added and the supporting instructor materials were updated and improved.
LINKS to drill down into the details
The News and Events post includes the availability of the CCNA R&S ITN 5.1 Overview and the CCNA R&S 5.03 and CCNA R&S 5.1 Announcement – A recording outlining the curriculum enhancements
One more place to check Instructor Resource Spotlight
Here is an explanation from Eugene Morozov [22 min] Technical Manager on the NetAcad Team.
<<<< yes, this recording includes the invitation and details to the IPD week from 28th of September to 1st of October 2015 where the new features of CCNA 5.1. will be one of the topics.
What is the IPD week? IPD stands for Instructor Professional Development and you can self-enrol to this course, letting you have access to lots of instructor resources, learn about how other instructors use the course materials and much more.
This recording covers the updates to CCNA R&S curriculum.
CCNA R&S 5.03 update is the migration of the courses content to a new improved learning environment.
CCNA R&S ITN 5.1 update – Introduction to Networks course content have been reorganized and improved to address many concerns shared by instructor community.
Overview of the tools that can be used for planning and delivering courses includes:
– Instructor Resource Spotlight
– IPGs (Instructor Planning Guides)
– Activity Maps
– Teaching Best Practices
– Global IPD Week
– New course environment and content
Let us know if there are any issues or questions and contact your AAM or Technical Manager.
Happy to get in contact with you through your comments here as well 🙂
Have a great rest of the summer and come back rejuvenated
Jutta Jerlich, Eugene Morozov
First NetRiders Winners in a new format
Last week we held the final round of the NetRiders CCNA competition for your region. This is the competition that awards the two Study Trip Prizes to Cisco HQ the week of 10-16 January, 2016. This year our Study Trip prize winners will be coming from Czech Republic and Slovakia. Congratulations !!!
1 Marek Suchanek – Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Information Technology, Czech Republic
2 Tomas Danis – SPŠ elektrotechnická S.A. Jedlika Nové Zámky, Slovakia
3 Nicola Buono – Accademia del Levante, Italy
4 Metodi Panayotov – Bulgarian Industrial Association-Union of the Bulgarian Business, Bulgaria
5 Corneliu Moglan – Telekom Foundation, Romania
Check out the full results on the NetRiders website.
As you know, we made some changes this year. We moved to a regional competition instead of individual country competitions and we changed the structure to Round 3 (which would have been the equivalent of the International NetRiders in past years). The twenty Round 3 competitors took a 60 minute, 100 question exam and also were sent a PT file with two challenges that they had to present on during a 15 minute WebEx session and then answer some questions from the judges.
I would like to thank judges Bob Schoenherr and Eugene Morozov who spent an entire day to judge the 20 WebEx sessions. This session tested both technical and soft skills. Europe, Russian Federation and CIS was the second region to try this new format and we were pleased with all the Round 3 competitors and their efforts.
A huge thank you to all participants for their efforts and time investment!
Congratulations to the winners!
Until next year
I am missing photos of our participants which we used to have with our prior NetRiders format when our participants were asked to come to specific locations, so I decided to post a photo of Tracy instead. She is the power behind the NetRiders competitions. Thank you Tracy for all the energy and time you invest every year!