Safer Internet Day 2018
Project "School Intercultural Week"
Safer Internet Day 2018 Project "School Intercultural Week" All partners share their opinion on how we can stay safe online. http://meetingwords.com/EJppjvSgfS
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO AVIO - ITALY Getting ready to the Safer Internet day, we have discussed the issue of cyberbullying with our pupils and came out with some “DOES” to contrast it:
Please brainstorm cyberbullying threats at your schools and update this list. If a pupil feels or indeed is victim of cyberbullying, he/she should: 1. Inform oneâ€™s friends, family, teachers or headteachers.
2. Not be ashamed or fearful to denounce what is happening 3. Not ignore the issue and be keen on learning about 4. Be watchful and realize someone is taking advantage of his/her 5. Not trust new people in chatrooms virtual friend may actually be virtual enemies 6. Keep oneâ€™s passwords and personal data secret.
DDMN Primary-2nd grade-Greece 1. Like in real life, on the net I am kind and I don't use offensive language. 2. I don't spread false information and I don't publish someone's personal info. 3. I follow copyright laws. 4. I don't use others' material without their permission.
5. I respect the different opinions, others' beliefs, color, religion, customs. 6. I don't cyberbully anyone. 7. I don't upload pictures of others, their phone numbers or address. 8. I don't chat with people I don't know.
DDMN Primary - Greece
Berriatua HLHI-THE BASQUE COUNTRY Internet is enjoyable but at the same time dangerous, because when you use it badly you can make a big problem, for example others can use your information in a negative way. DonÂ´t trust on everything that internet says! As the story "the adventures of Smartie the Penguin" says:
BEFORE YOU TAP AND CLICK... YOU NEED TO STOP AND THINK... AND TELL SOMEONE
Collaborative eBook by the partners of the eTwinning project "School Intercultural Week" 2017-18