‘OpenView Education diligently approached the new Covid-19 measures and the adapted workshop enabled everyone to feel safe and comfortable. We would highly recommend them to other educational institutions.’ -
Queens College London, Ms D'Arcy, Director of the School
Many schools experience challenges with students online behaviour in message groups and WhatsApp.
It could start with an in-joke or banter that goes too far and becomes cyberbullying, or when students write messages in groups without really thinking about the further consequences of their actions.
That’s why we created this engaging online workshops; Message Groups and Cyberbullying.
This is a high quality, pre-recorded workshop that can be accessed easily by your entire school.
Your students will meet the character of Sophie and hear her story about how her friends start cyberbullying another student at her school in a message group.
Will Sophie join in? Or will she make the brave decision to play her part to stop cyberbullying from happening at her school?
The online workshops is delivered by a internet safety subject specialist and it includes monologues performed by actors to bring the learning to life for your students.
Why this online e-safety workshops is so popular with schools:
- The lesson is a great way to enhance your school's online learning provision.
- It supports the UKCCIS 'Education for a Connected World' Learning Outcomes
- The workshop is easy to access because there's no need to login at a certain time. You can access it anytime, as often as you like.
- It Includes supporting resources & lesson plans
It's an ideal way of celebrating Safer Internet Day at your school.
The lesson helps students achieve learning outcomes identified in Education for a Connected World framework 2020.
I can give examples of how bullying behaviour could appear online.
I can identify ways of getting support if I see or experience cyberbullying.
I can describe how to capture bullying content as evidence (e.g screen-grab, URL, profile) to share with others who can help me.
I understand the psychological and emotional impacts of cyberbullying.
I understand how cyberbullying can start and progress in a message group
The online workshops includes character monologues performed by actors to bring learning to life for your students.
Curriculum topics available: Anti-bullying, Mental health and awareness, Online Safety, Right and Wrong, Relationships and sex education.
Our internet safety workshops support the learning outcomes in Education for a Connected World. They help students to develop digital resilience and to stay safe online.
This is a high quality, pre-recorded online workshop.
The e-safety workshops are hosted via Vimeo, they can easily be streamed on any device. All you need is an internet connection.
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