Respectful Online Communication and Cyberbullying (Post Primary) Webwise Webinar

Respectful Online Communication and Cyberbullying (Post Primary) Webwise Webinar

Designed for post-primary teachers this webinar explores how to address the topic of cyberbullying and promote respectful communication using the #UptoUs resource and the Connected short film. Teachers will gain confidence in how to explore this topic with students and gain practical advice on what to do if an incident of cyberbullying is reported to them. The webinar will include expert SPHE input on best practice, provide teachers with expert advice and information on how to effectively address cyberbullying in school. Teachers will gain an understanding of relevant policies, procedures and effective strategies for resolving incidents. The guest speaker for this webinar is Denise Dalton, PDST Health and Wellbeing Advisor.

Please also see links to resources outlined in the webinar

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