Together Everyone Can Prevent Cyberbullying:
Transnational Meeting in Athens, Greece
On the 13th and 14th of January, the partners of the project TECPC met at Poseidon Hotel, in Piraeus, Greece to discuss about the progress of the project Together Everyone Can Prevent Cyberbullying (2020-1-RO01-KA226-SCH-095269)
During the meeting the partners:
- Presented the National Reports on the Current Situation of Cyberbullying, in each of the countries taking part in the project.
- Discussed about the work done on the Psychological profiles of the Aggressors-Victims of Cyberbullying.
- Checked Status of Questionnaires that were distributed in the partner’s countries. The partnership has exceeded the number of participants in the survey from the initial expectations, resulting in a Research of greater reach and importance.
- The partner Scoala Primara EuroEd, leader of the Intellectual Output 02 presented the Handbook of Cyberbullying table of contents and the structure of the Handbook and through communication the distribution of chapters was agreed.
- DIAN as the leader of the Intellectual Output 03, the Online Course for educators, introduced the partners and analysed the activities and results to be obtained.
The consortium agreed for the next steps of the project and talked about the educators, school counselors, parents, students and community members, who will also cooperate and interconnect, during the entire period of the project.
In order to study the impact of the cyberbullying and the intervention strategies, the engagement of multiple resources and expanding the effort beyond the school, is essential.
They will be equipped with clear guidance materials addressing the prevention, recognition and intervention of online harassment against its cruel social and psychological-medical impact for children in the digital era and will be offered free and easy online access expand their knowledge and competences concerning the pedagogical approach of preventing cyberbullying among students, within IO2 and IO3.