Online GBV in its different forms and misuse of new technologies – Activity 2

Activity 1: Reader   Activity 2: User   Activity 3: Critic   Activity 4: Evaluator

ACTIVITY 2: User “Trolls and Emotions”

Duration:  30 minutes

Tools for face to face activity: Video projector/Printed posters of the trolls/Colorful pens, pencils, and markers

Tools for online activity: Video conference/Jamboard 

Brief description of the activity:

The teachers/educators show this video which explain briefly 10 forms of cyberbullying and online violence:    

Alternatively, they can show the powerpoint presentation of Workshop 8 “It’s up to you”.

Following this the educators/ teachers facilitate a discussion, explaining the video on the different forms of cyberbullying. In this phase, educators/ teachers should be ready to answer questions and clarify situations. The teachers/educators explain the iceberg model. The iceberg model is normally used on intercultural interpretations. In this case, the iceberg model will be modified for the needs of the workshop, explaining gender based and online violence. In the iceberg model the submerged part of the iceberg shows the inherent problems of a situations. The tip of the iceberg shows the manifestations of this problem. In our case we will replace the iceberg with the image of a troll (this it to make a wordplay with the type of cyberbullying which is called trolling).