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CYBER Training. Theoretical Framework. « Systemic » approach : school community including children and young people, school management, teaching staff, non-teaching staff , parents and carers .

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theoretical framework
TheoreticalFramework
  • «Systemic» approach:
    • school community including children and young people, school management, teaching staff, non-teaching staff, parents and carers.
    • emphasis upon communication and dynamic relationships among children, staff, parents, governors and the wider community
  • Group as a whole:
    • to understand the complex phenomenon of school bullying and cyberbullying within the school and specific group context in which it is generated
intervention planned
InterventionPlanned
  • Focus on:
    • quality of relationships (offline – online)
  • Aims:
    • improvinggrouprelationship (social inclusion, responsability)
    • developingempathy, communication and cooperation
intervention planned1
InterventionPlanned
  • SpecificAims:
    • cyberbullyingasrelationalgroupphenomenon
    • the use of information and communication technologies to support repeated and hostile behavior by an individual or group
    • role reverse
    • emotional consequences of cyberbullying victimization
    • resposabilityof bystanders
    • misunderstanding the reactions of victims by cyberbullies
    • lack of empathy by cyberbullies and bystanders
    • anonymous method of reporting cyberbullying
    • loneliness, isolation, difficulties in defending of victims
    • lower self- esteem of bullies and victims
intervention planned2
InterventionPlanned
  • 2 schoolsinvolved (ITC Matteucci – ITAER Baracca)
  • 2 classrooms for eachschool
  • 5 meetings for eachclassroom from Febraury to March
  • 5 meetings for teachers of twoschools (3 training, 2 supervision) from March to May
  • 1 meeting for parents
slide6

Sequence of activities

Working with students

activity 1 d efinitions of bullying and cyberbullying
Activity 1: Definitions of bullying and cyberbullying
  • Objectives:
    • understanding the definitions of bullying and cyberbullying
    • identifying bullying and cyberbullying behaviourand differentiate it from less serious behaviour
    • being able to adopt a critical and reflective stance in the analysis of complex social phenomena
  • Methods:
    • brainstorming
    • debriefing
strengths and weaknesses
Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Strengths:
    • Involvement, activeparticipation, responsability and emotionalsensitization
  • Weakness:
    • Difficulties in discussionaboutdefinition of cyberbullying for emergingprocessesin the group and the time dedicated to activities
activity 2 experiential activities
Activity 2Experientialactivities
  • Objectives:
    • increasing their knowledge and understanding of motivations, emotions and responsibility of bullies, victims and bystanders
    • school climate analysis
  • Methods
    • Psychodrama: dramatization
    • Circle time
    • Card on “How do I feel in classroom”
    • Spacemetric (Spaziogramma ?) (Stevens) experential activities
    • debriefing
activity 3 experiential activities
Activity 3Experientialactivities
  • Objectives:
    • identifyingrelationalstrategies to supportvictims (assertive behavior by bystanders)
    • developing assertive behavior in victims
  • Methods:
    • psychodrama: dramatization (dancing with the pen)
    • circle time
    • role play
    • debriefing
activity 4
Activity 4
  • Objectives:
    • building social reputation and self-esteemthrougheffectivestrategies and behaviors to promote social inclusion
  • Methods:
    • activities in small group: creation of slogan, propaganda and advertising to reduce cyberbullying
    • debriefing
strengths and weaknesses1
Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Strengths:
    • understanding the complex phenomenon of cyberbullying
  • Weaknesses:
    • difficulties in managing small group
activity 5
Activity 5
  • Objectives:
    • promotingdigitalcitizenship
    • being able to adopt a critical and reflective stance:
      • in risks related to the use of new technology
      • in responsibility related to the use of new technology
  • Methods:
    • activitiesin small group: rulesand guidelinesabout use of new technology
    • debriefing
strengths and weaknesses2
Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Strengths:
    • involvement in activities
  • Weaknesses:
    • difficulties in managinggroup
slide15

Sequence of activities

Working with teachers

activities 1 definitions of bullying and cyberbullying
Activities 1Definitions of bullying and cyberbullying
  • Objectives:
    • definitions of different forms of bullying that take into account individual factors, interpersonal relationships and the social context of the school and its community
  • Methods:
    • brainstorming
    • video projection of cyberbullying scenarios
    • dramatization
    • debriefing
activities 2
Activities2
  • Objectives:
    • Building effectivestrategies to promote social inclusion and positive schoolclimate, to reduce cyberbullying
  • Contentsdiscussed:
    • Communication
    • Assertivity
    • Manageconflicts
    • Cooperative learning
    • Relationships
    • Emotions
  • Methods: visualization, activelistening, «dancing with the pen»
activities 3
Activities 3
  • Objectives:
    • assertive behavior
    • legal and criminalimplicationsrelated to the use of new technology
    • reducingcyberbullying with specifstrategies
  • Methods:
    • groupdiscussion
    • brainstorming
    • visualization
    • dramatization of realeventsoccured in classroom
strengths and weaknesses3
Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Strengths:
    • involvement in activities and contents
  • Weaknesses:
    • more involvement in social exclusioncontentsthancyberbullying