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Identificación de experiencias y buenas prácticas en el ámbito escolar y familiar …

Identificación de experiencias y buenas prácticas en el ámbito escolar y familiar
Agnieszka Wrzesien

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  • 1. Identificación de experiencias y buenas prácticas en el ámbito escolar y familiar Agnieszka Wrzesień Project Coordinator
  • 2. • „STOP Cyberbullying” campaign • E-learning courses on online safety
  • 3. Cyberbullying – some research results…   Every second young Internet user (52%) has had some contact with verbal abuse online or via mobile phones,   57% of young people report to have been at least once photographed or recorded against their will,   14% report their peers have published online untrue or humiliating material about them*. *January 2007, Nobody’s Children Foundation/Gemius S.A. Escalating trend!
  • 4. Cyberbullying vs. traditional bullying ?   easier to do   anonymity of bully   change of roles: bully – victim   not easy to stop!   24/7 – no escape!
  • 5. „STOP cyberbullying” campaign
  • 6. Lesson Plans on cyberbullying Target group:   Junior secondary school students Content:   how to react in cyberbullying cases,   what are the forms of cyberbullying?   how does the victim of cyberbullying feel,   what might be the consequences,   what should the victim do, where to seek help?   what rules to obey to minimize the risk of cyberbullying.
  • 7. Analysis of the story   Students are divided into 4 groups   Each group has to analyse specific aspect of the cyberbullying incident presented in the movie: 1.  Dominika has been recorded against her will. 2.  The film has been sent around with the use of the mobile phone. 3.  The film has been uploaded online. 4.  Dominika has been receiving rude text messages.
  • 8. „STOP cyberbullying” educational toolkit   DVD   Lesson plan   A set of posters Resources distributed to over 3 500 junior secondary schools
  • 9. Certificates
  • 10. Mission: to help children and young people who:   face risks when using the Internet and mobile phones,   when bullied, threatened or blackmailed online,   when they receive rude text messages,   when someone on a chat or communicator asks them embarrassing questions, demands their photos, or insists on a face-to-face meeting,   when they receive or are shown inappropriate content.
  • 11. Ways of contact:   Toll-free number 0800 100 100   E-mail:   Live Chat on the website:
  • 12. Reports received by in 2008
  • 13. „How to respond to cyberbullying” Training Manual for Educators   Cyberbullying – identifying the risk   Psychological aspects of cyberbullying   Response procedure to cyberbullying cases   Legal analysis of reports received by   Cooperation of school with the Police   Educational activities to prevent and respond to cyberbullying   Institutions providing support in cases of online abuse
  • 14. Computer-based learning BLENDED LEARNING… + traditional teaching
  • 15.   for primary schools, grades 1-3   for primary schools, grades 4-6   for junior high schools
  • 16. E-learning platform: registration Activation code
  • 17. „Safe adventure with the Internet”   the first e-learning course launched on SID 2008   targeted at children aged 7-11   the story line is based on the project   consist of 8 modules
  • 18. E-learning: sample course screens START
  • 19. „Safe surfing”   2nd e-learning course for children in ages 11-14   e-learning modules complement the previous course - the story line is based on the project as well   It consists of 7 modules START
  • 20. E-learning course for junior high school students   A registered user assumes the role of the administrator of a social networking site („Real friends or strangers?”) With the help of the Mentor (actor popular among YP) the admin solves problems reported by the SNS users
  • 21. START
  • 22. Course certificates
  • 23. E-learning platform – teacher’s panel: managing a group of students in classroom
  • 24. E-learning platform – teacher’s panel: internal communication
  • 25. E-learning statistics February 2008 – September 2009 Number of course users: 52 487 Number of educators: 1 583 Number of primary school students: 29 719 Number of junior high school students: 20 617 Number of parents: 568 Number of visits (sum): 211 815
  • 26. Evaluation of the courses – feedback from children
  • 27. Blended  learning     New and attractive form of learning   Innovative way of teaching   Easily accesible   Cuts the costs   Can be easily adjusted to the individual needs of each learner   Through the e-learning platform the teacher can follow students' progress
  • 28. Muchas gracias ! Agnieszka Wrzesień Project Coordinator