Camouflage & safety in the virtual world

Newsletter 2

This is the second Newsletter of our project with activities covering the second year of the Project

The aim of “Camouflage and Safety in the Virtual World” is to create awareness about cyberbullying and the need of Internet safety which are the major issues of digital age. We are watching as in our school increases the number of cases of bullying ,especially cyberbullying and we would like to develop a training guide for all teachers and students to help to solve this problem .We are going to prevent bullying and to tackle the cases of bullying effectively because no prevention efforts will make bullying disappear once and for all. Moreover we will constantly monitor the situation in partner schools and the changes taking place over time .Although cyberbullying appears, according to statistics, not very often in comparison to other Internet dangers, it is proved to be emotionally the most painful Internet danger we should find ways to prevent. Our target is to make aware all stakeholders (children, youngsters, teachers, parents, local society, educational policy makers, local authirities, authorities in partner countries) of how important are ICT nowadays and how to make a conscious and safe use of it.

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C3 Training Activity – Vidin, Bulgaria

 

During this meeting, all partners presented their activities so far and decided the next steps planning for implementation, reporting requirements and results.

Also, several learning activities about cyber-bullying awareness took place for the children participating in the learning activity. Workshops on various arts in order to make pupils aware that life doesn’t consist just of virtual life and Internet. Workshops’ aimed to provide pupils with hobbies and interests which make their free time more efficient, using outdoor activities and flipped classroom.

Main topics of the official agenda:

C4 Training Activity – Siteia, Crete island, Greece


During this meeting, all partners presented their activities so far and decided the next steps for the development of the main outputs of the project; the O5: cyberbullying guide and the O4: story developed from the students.

Also, several learning activities about cyber-bullying awareness took place for the children as also art and outdoor activities in order to make pupils aware that life doesn’t consist just of virtual life and Internet.

 

3rd Transnational meeting | Patras, Greece | October 2017patras TM (18)

 

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3rd Transnational meeting | Patras, Greece | October 2017

 

The 3rd and last transnational meeting of “Camouflage and Safety in the virtual world” project, was realized in Patras, Greece from 16 to 18 October 2017!

Activities that took place:
-Consortium meeting, where the final steps of the project were discussed.
-City tour and study visit in Ancient Olympia site and museum
-Seminar 
“Cyber-bullying, Recognition – Management – Tips” targeting teachers, students and parents.

d last transnational meeting of “Camouflage and Safety in the virtual world” project, was realized in Patras, Greece from 16 to 18 October 2017!

OUTPUT 4: A CYBERBULLYING STORY WRITTEN BY STUDENTS

 

Output 4: A cyberbullying story written by students

This story was collaboratively developed (by the following order) from the students of the respective schools:
8th Primary School of Pafos – Iordaneio, Cyprus
Zespol Szkol w Pobiedziskach, Poland
Palekastro Primary School, Greece
Serdar adiguzel orta okulu, Turkey
Sredno obshtoobrazovatelno uchilishte Lyuben Karavelov, Bulgaria

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OUTPUT 5: CYBERBULLYING E-GUIDES | Tips For Parents, Teachers & kids (videos & leaflets)

Online Leaflet

Tips for Teachers (video & leaflet)

Online Leaflet

Tips for Kids (video & leaflet)


Online Leaflet

Also:

Cyberbullying Guide – full text version (English) 
Cyberbullying Guide – short text version
English
Portuguese
Polish
Turkish
Greek
Bulgarian
 

Local Activities | Seminar: “Cyber-bullying, Recognition – Management – Tips” | Greece

The seminar took place in Patras, Greece during TM3, on October 17th and the target groups were mainly teachers and parents.

The key speaker was Nikos Lekkos, member of the project’s consortium, School Counselor, Officer of the Immediate Intervention Team of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus Republic, Assistant Director at Primary Education School, external associate of the Pedagogical Institute of Cyprus in the field of training.


 

ONLINE PRESENTATIONS FROM THE EVENT

 

Local Activities | Seminar | Pila, Poland, 14-15 September 2017

During the seminar, Magdalena Goc disseminated the intellectual outputs of “Camouflage and safety in the virtual world” among Polish teachers registering their new projects in eTwinnning. The subject of this lecture focused on synergy of eTwinning and Erasmus+.

Here’s the link to the conference website: http://konferencje.frse.org.pl/pila2017

 

Local Activities | e-Safety tips webinar on eTwinning, October 9th, 2017

Webinar on Erasmus+ project KA201 “Camouflage and safety in the virtual world” – e-Safety tips.
The online event took place on October 9th 2017 on eTwinning platform as a dissemination activity of our coordinator, Magdalena Goc.
The webinar was recorded and it’ll be on “Bringing eSafety into eTwinning projects” eTwinning group under Webinars.

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