Together Everyone Can Prevent Cyberbullying:
Transnational Meeting in Adana, Turkey
On the 10th and 11th of May, the partners of the project TECPC met at Adana of Turkey, to discuss about the progress of the project Together Everyone Can Prevent Cyberbullying (2020-1-RO01-KA226-SCH-095269).
The topics of discussions of the meeting:
- Output 02: Handbook: The status of the work, with regards to the development of the Handbook chapters. The partners discussed about the work done and concluded that the Handbook will be ready in June, in English and by the end of August, it will have been translated to the partners languages.
- The Online course, which is the third output of our project. After the meeting, the partners started preparing for the pilot implementation of the Online Course. Its Structure, Learning Material and Learning Objectives have been agreed and the partners are working diligently and efficiently on it, up to the moment of Implementation on the start of the next school year (September-October).
- Monitored the status of the project, as presented by the partners. The project is progressing smoothly and according to plan.
The next steps of the project were agreed upon.
In close cooperation with the educators, school counselors, parents, students and community members, who have showed interest for the project, the partners will conclude their work in the educational material created in a Handbook form with the scientifically analyzed impact of cyberbullying and the intervention strategies.
With the engagement of multiple resources and expanding the effort beyond the school space, the parties will be equipped with clear guidance materials addressing the prevention, recognition and intervention of online harassment against its cruel social and psychological impact for children in the digital era. Afterwards, after the pilot implementation, all interested educators and parents, will be offered free and easy online access expand their knowledge and competences concerning the pedagogical approach of preventing cyberbullying among students.