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Guide for Families

by CB E+ Project teachers and students

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Guide for
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FAMILIES
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Collaborative net against cyberbullying
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OUR
Project
With the increase of the children’s use of technology and social media, bullying has become increasingly widespread online. It has taken a new form, more complex and more difficult to identify, because it is sometimes concealed by the bullies under false pretexts and impersonation. One of the major concerns of researches into this phenomenon is that the consequences of bullying are increasingly severe.
The project is aimed at both students and their parents on the one hand we want to make students responsible users of the internet and social media, to decrease the incidence of cyber bullying and on the other hand to help parents with guidance in order to monitor and supervise their children’s online activity and to identify signs of cyber bullying in the behaviour of their children.
Let's learn all together!
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01. Project aim and goals
What do we want to achieve during the project?

02. Schools
Who is participating?

03. Cyberbulying
What is Cyberbullyng?

04. Dos and Dont's
How do we have to behave?

05. Some advise
How can we prevent it?

06. Protection
How do we prevent it?

07. Detection
How do we detect it?

08. Thanks

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PROJECT'S AIMS AND GOALS
OBJETIVES
-To raise the awareness of at least 80% of the target group related to all forms of bullying at the end of the 3 project years.
-To improve parents’ capacity to monitor their children’s online activity by producing one guide for them and running workshops.
-To create an online platform for the reporting of cyberbullying incidents.
-To increase students’ intercultural awareness and communication skills.
-To develop students’ creativity and critical thinking.
-To develop the European dimension of our schools through international cooperation .

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PARTICIPANTS
  1. 170 students aged between 10-14 years.
  2. 120 students participating in exchanges.
  3. Participating in workshops, attending classes, cultural activities, project management, students' / teachers' meetings...
  4. During three school years.

IMPACT
  • Contribute to the European dimension of our schools.
  • Improve the openness and flexibility of teachers/students.
  • Gain an advantage in the local community.
  • Students, teachers and families will be more prepared to deal with the CB phenomenon.
  • enable parents to become more active in their children’s life.

Petko R. Slavekov
In our school the students are not interested only in entrepreneurship. They are participating actively in extracurricular activities, just like the school radio, they are participating in trainings and they are conducting different celebrations. Our school projects are approved many times by EU and our students participated in „Erasmus" project called “Collaborative net against Cyberbullying“.
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