Survey of Opinions on Cyberbullying


Survey of Opinions on Cyberbullying

To get students in his school thinking about the topic of cyberbullying Thomas (right) from Thurles conducted a survey. He then gave a presentation to students on cyberbullying to address issues that came up in the survey. He gives advice here:

“I’ve completed a survey with 1st-year students and gathered that data. I am now planning on getting 3rd-year students to take the same survey to compare age groups. I will then give a presentation to students on dealing with cyberbullying.”

Supplies needed: Poster, presentation, wristbands

Target audience: Teenagers

Top advice for running an anti-bullying activity like this: “Be clear and concise in what you want. Prepare questions that may be asked and make sure to proofread your project/surveys before handing them out. Show the projects/surveys to teachers to make sure that the questions and information are appropriate for the age group.”

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