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29 Oct 2009

10/03/10 Various venues: Challenge in Preventing & Responding to Cyber Bullying


Challenge in Preventing & Responding to Cyber Bullying

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Outcomes: Internet and mobile technologies are an essential part of our everyday lives, and children and young people are enthusiastic users of these technologies. There are many educational and creative benefits associated with their use; however, the increased exposure of young people to these technologies undoubtedly raises many new challenges and questions.

One such challenge is cyberbullying, and delegates will recognise there are many difficulties involved in preventing and responding to this issue. Delegates will take away a fuller understanding of the issues surrounding cyberbullying, and will also be provided with powerful tools and resources to develop effective strategies to empower themselves and young people to be safe and responsible users of Internet and mobile technologies.

Tutor:
Denise M Carter

Denise M Carter has worked as Research Fellow on a number of e-safety projects over the last four years. This has involved working at European, national and local levels to research, design and deliver child e-safety materials to a range of audiences. Denise has extensive experience of speaking at European Commission training events and national education conferences, as well as to children and young people, parents, teachers, educationalists, children's safeguarding boards and out of school service providers etc.

Denise was a member of the DCSF cyberbullying taskforce, advising on policy and best practice guidelines. Denise continues to work with both the government and the mobile and internet industry advising on e-safety, and has recently been involved in a number of projects producing a range of educational materials for use in schools. Her book The Sociology of Cyberbullying is due for release in 2010.

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