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SP@CE

1 October 2017 – 1 October 2019

Sadly, (cyber)bullying remains a reality for millions of teenagers across the European societies. Most of the victims have suffered from (cyber)bullying more than once as the aggression can become repetitive and the violence escalating. The remaining rise of social media has offered a new environment where bullying can occur and cause serious consequences not only for the bullied but also the bullies and the bystanders of these incidents.

Skills for school Professionals Against Cyberbullying Events

The project SPACE intends to answer to the training needs of school teachers. To help them to acquire competences to deal with cyberbullying such as: (1) knowing the dynamics of the phenomenon to plan appropriate action of prevention, information and training and (2) mastering the digital technologies in particular as regards the correct use of the Web, security and privacy to undertake formative actions to their students on these issues.

Assumed deliverables

The SPACE project intends to:

  • develop an online system that host a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) and OER (Open Educational Resources) on cyberbullying;
  • plan, develop a MOOC for teachers in order to help them acquire competences to prevent and fight cyberbullying;
  • make available a toolkit for teachers, trainers, experts, parents and students about cyberbullying.

Partners

AGRUPAMENTO DE ESC.CONDEIXA, Portugal
CENTRO SAN VIATOR, Spain
ESHA, Netherlands
IIS MAJORANA, Itay
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO BOZZANO, Italy
LEARNING COMMUNITY, Italy
MERKEZ ATATÜRK ORTAOKULU, Turkey

ESHA’s role Together with all partners to identify competences needed, to design, test and disseminate  the MOOC.

If you have any further questions or need more information, please contact ESHA info@esha.org

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