CYBERSMART - Cyberbullying - 27 October 2014 Stream 1 - 11:00
Provider: DART Connections
Presenter: Kellie Britnell
Date: 27 October 2014
Start Time: 11:00
End Time: 11:40
Duration: 40 minutes
Closing Date: Bookings Close 23-Oct-14
Availability: DEC and Non-DEC
DEC Positions: 15
Non-DEC Positions: 5
KLA Syllabus: Primary
Key Learning Area/s:
KLA Keyword/s: Cybersafety, cyberbullying, passwords, internet, social media, mobile phones, social media, privacy
Event Overview: This session will help students understand cyberbullying behaviour and its impact on others, and to equip them with strategies to deal with cyberbullying if they experience it.
The session aims to:
�� Help students identify ways to manage and prevent cyberbullying behaviour
�� Encourage students to seek support if they are experiencing cyberbullying
�� Encourage students to be ���good�� bystanders if they witness cyberbullying.
�� Help students recognise bullying online.
�� Provide strategies to deal with a cyberbully
Teachers are encouraged to deliver the 50 minute ���Cyberbullying ��� You be the judge�� activity after the presentation.
Cyberbullying ��� You be the judge
Students critically evaluate a number of cyberbullying video clips online and judge how well each clip conveys the key messages. (YouTube access required)
Lesson plan: http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/~/media/Cybersmart/Outreach/Cyberbullying-You-be-the-judge_2014.doc
The live virtual classroom presentations will, with the local help of classroom teachers, feature interactive questions and answers.
This 40 minute presentation is directed at primary school students in years 4, 5 and 6.
Additional Booking Instructions: All sessions run for 40 minutes.
Please dial in 10 minutes prior to the session start time.
For Non-DEC schools, please do a test session prior to booking this event.
(A limited amount of support is available to non-DEC schools, and a pre-test is essential.)
Further Information: Cybersmart is designed to support and encourage participation in the digital economy by providing information and education which empowers children to be safe online. Cybersmart is a national program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority, as part of the Australian Government's commitment to cybersafety.
The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of its target audiences of children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff.
See more at: www.cybersmart.gov.au