Cyberbullying Workshop for Post Primary Students

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Cyberbullying Workshop for Post Primary Students

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Empowering Teens to Deal Effectively with Bullying in the Online World

 

In an increasingly digital world, Cyberbullying is now ubiquitous and often impossible to escape.  It is essential that young people are taught how to recognise and deal with cyberbullying incidents so that they can protect themselves and their peers.   Cyberbullying occurs when one person bullies another using some form of technology. It can include harassment, impersonation, exclusion, denigration or outing. Social Media Platforms, Gaming Chat Forums and even basic messaging apps provide the perfect mediums for cyberbullying.  This workshop explores the reasons for it, how the victim may feel, and what to do if you are either the victim or the bully.

 

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Upon completion of this workshop students will:

  • Have a clear understanding of the definition of Cyberbullying
  • Have a comprehensive understanding of what constitutes Cyberbullying
  • Recognise the different types of Cyberbullying when they occur
  • Know what devices, apps and websites can be used to cyberbully
  • Define the terms Upstander & Bystander
  • Understand the feelings associated with being cyber-bullied
  • Know what to do and who to go to if they experience Cyberbullying
  • Know what to do and who to go to if they witness Cyberbullying

How is this workshop delivered?

We recommend a maximum of 60 students for each workshop to ensure that each student gains the maximum benefit from the workshop. This topic (Cyberbullying) will take a minimum of 45 minutes. It is delivered as part of a workshop package whereby schools book a minimum of 3 x 90 minute workshops (across the same year group or several year groups).   Schools must choose a minimum of two workshop topics from the list below:

  • Cyberbullying
  • Nude Image Sharing
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Wellbeing
  • Gaming
  • Pornography
  • Online Predators

The workshops are facilitated through presentations and interactive exercises to ensure that the students remain engaged throughout. Content is modified to be meet the age requirements of varying year groups.

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