1. DOWNLOAD MATERIAL FOR THE WORKSHOPS
2. OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP
- Teach the children that actions online have real world implications: by talking to our children about respecting others online, we can help build a positive digital environment that embraces learning and discovery, while minimising negativity and inappropriate content.
- Familiarize young people about what is Cyberbullying and Cyberharassment which are also known as online bullying.
- Provide examples so the children get more familiar with the different forms of Cyberbullying.
- Encourage youths to treat online friends with as much respect as those they meet face to face.
- Promote behavioural change.
By talking to the children about respecting others online, parents and teachers/educators can help build a positive digital environment that embraces learning and discovery, while minimising negativity and inappropriate content. Fostering open channels of communications with children about the digital world will help them feel more comfortable talking to adults if they encounter offensive content or if someone is harassing.The most important thing is to teach the children how to RESPECT the other online and CONDEMN when someone is bullying them online.
4. PATH SHEET
Target: Young people from 12-17 years old.
Reader phase: 30 min
User phase: 40 min
Critic phase: 40 min
Evaluator phase: 25 min
Tools for face to face option: Markers/Postits/Pencils/Pens/Papers/Cardboards/Glue/Magazine and newspaper clippings/Empty paperboard boxes/PC and projector/Internet connection.
Tools for online option: PC/Good internet connection/Online platform for video calls in which we can moderate a discussion.