EDUCATIONAL TOOL
    HEALTHCARE & ICT
    Digital Divide
    C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010




zondag 31 januari 2010

goo...
WELCOME
    Renee Tümmers - Kevin Amendt - Alain Garnier - Frederik König - Frank Jongen
    Group 4
    Final presentatio...
CONTENT
    WE TALK ABOUT
    1. Introduction
    2. Cyberbullying
    3. Impact
    4. Digital Divide
    5. Bullies
    ...
INTRODUCTION
    THE SUBJECT
    Healthcare : Cyberbullying

    Digital Divide : Parents

    Targetgroup : 13 - 14 years...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHAT IS CYBERBULLYING?
    Cyberbullying is a systematic, psychological, physic or
    sexual act of vio...
CYBERBULLYING
    CYBERBULLYING & HEALTHCARE
    Youngsters who were bullied from young age often
    encounter difficultie...
CYBERBULLYING
    CYBERBULLYING & HEALTHCARE
    Research shows teens who are cyber bullied
    report feeling the followi...
CYBERBULLYING
    THE IMPACT - SHORT TERM
    Bullied children have a greater chance to develop psychosomatic
    symptoms...
CYBERBULLYING
    THE IMPACT - LONG TERM
    Adults who were bullied as children are more introverted,
    more difficult t...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHY DO PEOPLE BULLY?
    There are several things that can motivate them:

    Anger - Revenge - Frustra...
CYBERBULLYING
    HOW DO PEOPLE BULLY?
    1. Hacking / Cracking
    2. E-mail
    3. Cell Phones / Text messaging / Pager...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHAT IS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE?
    The digital divide is caused by parents who are unable to
    support th...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHAT IS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE?
    Problem
    Due to the digital divide not all the parents are able to re...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHAT IS THE TARGETGROUP?
    Cyber Bullying increases significantly among
    the 13 to 14 year olds.

  ...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHAT DO WE DEVELOP?
    Movie based on real scenarios of cyberbullying shown on
    Virtual Reality Gogg...
CYBERBULLYING
    WHY THIS TOOL?
    Virtual reality & healthcare
    Virtual reality therapy (VRT), is a method of
    ps...
CYBERBULLYING
    IT’S SHOWTIME CONCEPT CASE PATRICK




    Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying   ...
CYBERBULLYING
    ANY QUESTIONS?




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Digital Divide

  1. 1. EDUCATIONAL TOOL HEALTHCARE & ICT Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 goodmorning Welcome to our presentation
  2. 2. WELCOME Renee Tümmers - Kevin Amendt - Alain Garnier - Frederik König - Frank Jongen Group 4 Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  3. 3. CONTENT WE TALK ABOUT 1. Introduction 2. Cyberbullying 3. Impact 4. Digital Divide 5. Bullies 6. Targetgroup 7. Tool 8. Questions Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 Let’s see we want to talk about
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION THE SUBJECT Healthcare : Cyberbullying Digital Divide : Parents Targetgroup : 13 - 14 years old ICT : Virtual Reality Goggles Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 Healthcare is mental just like Cyberbulling Parents are nog able to reconize and support childre social life over INET/OTHER MEDIA Research shows The figures are at its highest in this age group The goggles helps to experience the bullying
  5. 5. CYBERBULLYING WHAT IS CYBERBULLYING? Cyberbullying is a systematic, psychological, physic or sexual act of violence by a person or a group making use of digital devices or media, against another person or group, who is/are not or no longer able to defend him/ herself/themselves. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  6. 6. CYBERBULLYING CYBERBULLYING & HEALTHCARE Youngsters who were bullied from young age often encounter difficulties in their lives, like: 1. Problems at school 2. Inter-personal 3. Relationship problems 4. Psychological stress conditions Cyberbullying is caused due to the fact that technology is constantly present in our daily life. It has a negative effect on the mental wellbeing of youngsters. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 inter personal = It is a difficulty in a relationship with another person.
  7. 7. CYBERBULLYING CYBERBULLYING & HEALTHCARE Research shows teens who are cyber bullied report feeling the following emotions (none of them positive): 1. Angry 2. Frustrated 3. Sad 4. Embarrassed 5. Scared ! Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 boys feel more scared
  8. 8. CYBERBULLYING THE IMPACT - SHORT TERM Bullied children have a greater chance to develop psychosomatic symptoms and psychosocial complaints compared with children who are not bullied. The following complaints arise: depressive symptoms, bedwetting, sleep problems, tension, fatigue and abdominal pain. If bullying continuous, it can lead to depression and in worst cases even to suicide and suicidal thoughts. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010 suicidal see our example at the end
  9. 9. CYBERBULLYING THE IMPACT - LONG TERM Adults who were bullied as children are more introverted, more difficult to get a partner, go through life solitary, problems findings a job, are more depressed, have often down periods. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  10. 10. CYBERBULLYING WHY DO PEOPLE BULLY? There are several things that can motivate them: Anger - Revenge - Frustration - Entertainment - They are bored / they have too much time - They have many tech toys available - To get a certain reaction To torment other - Etc. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  11. 11. CYBERBULLYING HOW DO PEOPLE BULLY? 1. Hacking / Cracking 2. E-mail 3. Cell Phones / Text messaging / Pagers 4. Instant Messaging 5. Websites 6. Blogging 7. Chat rooms Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  12. 12. CYBERBULLYING WHAT IS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE? The digital divide is caused by parents who are unable to support their children in the social life over the Internet. At the other hand, there are parents who are able to support their children. The result of this project is a concept of an educational tool that let bullies experience how it is to be cyberbullied. In addition the tool gives schools and parents insights about their important role in cyberbullying. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  13. 13. CYBERBULLYING WHAT IS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE? Problem Due to the digital divide not all the parents are able to recognize and/or support their children on the issue cyberbullying. Goal Develop a concept of an educational tool to reduce the digital divide between youngsters who are supported by their parents and who are not supported by their parents. Create awareness! Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  14. 14. CYBERBULLYING WHAT IS THE TARGETGROUP? Cyber Bullying increases significantly among the 13 to 14 year olds. The target group is boys and girls in the age group 13 - 14 years old.  These ages are second and third year students of the secondary school. Research Kirk Williams & Nancy Guerra “Prevalence and Predictors of Internet Bullying” Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  15. 15. CYBERBULLYING WHAT DO WE DEVELOP? Movie based on real scenarios of cyberbullying shown on Virtual Reality Goggles. Can be used everywhere at anytime. For example To approach children and their parents, they can access to the tool during or while waiting for PTA (ouderavonden). Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  16. 16. CYBERBULLYING WHY THIS TOOL? Virtual reality & healthcare Virtual reality therapy (VRT), is a method of psychotherapy that uses virtual reality technology to treat patients with post traumatic stress disorder, and several other medical phobias. User The goggles let the user experience the movie in a real time environment.  The user will be bullied and can’t get out of the situation. Due to the goggles it’s not possible to look away or to avoid the bullies. Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  17. 17. CYBERBULLYING IT’S SHOWTIME CONCEPT CASE PATRICK Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010
  18. 18. CYBERBULLYING ANY QUESTIONS? Digital Divide C-MD Interfaculty 2009 - 2010 Cyberbullying Final presentation 1 February 2010 zondag 31 januari 2010

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