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Following some positive feedback from Safer Internet Day, we are hosting 2 more webinars presented by the eSafety Commission this term. All teachers and Students are welcome.

Upper primary: Cyberbullying Tuesday 1st March  2 – 2:40pm  (room opens at 12:30 for setup) Register here

Audience: Years 4, 5 and 6 students.   

The presentation will assist students to:

  • identify ways to manage and prevent cyberbullying behaviour
  • seek support if they are experiencing cyberbullying
  • be ‘good’ bystanders if they witness cyberbullying
  • recognise bullying online
  • deal with cyberbullying behaviour.

With the help of classroom teachers, the presentation will feature interactive questions and answers.

Cyberbullying Webinar
Register here

2 – 2.40pm  (room opens at 12:30 for setup)

Tuesday 1 Mar

2016

Audience: Years 4, 5 and 6 students.
The presentation assists students to:
* identify ways to manage and prevent cyberbullying behaviour
* seek support if they are experiencing cyberbullying
* be ‘good’ bystanders if they witness cyberbullying
* recognise bullying online
* deal with cyberbullying behaviour.

 

A heads up about !!!
Upper primary: Communicating online 18th March 10 – 10:45 am

Registration link to follow. (I will share it to you once the room is available )

Audience: Years 4, 5 and 6 students.

The presentation will assist students to:

  • understand why online messages can be easily misunderstood
  • recognise that messages can be hurtful even when this may not be the intent
  • understand that non-verbal behaviours help us receive messages more than volume, pitch or words
  • consider when teasing crosses the line and becomes harmful and hurtful
  • identify appropriate responses to someone communicating inappropriately.

 

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