Internet Safety & Bullying

Use the short video clips to spark off a discussion in your classroom. The text-based resources are rather for students on the B1 and B2 level of the CEF. The Moodle-course on Robin Hood is on the A1/A2 level.

"Cyberbullying can be defined as “Willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.” It is also known as “cyber bullying,” “electronic bullying,” “e-bullying,” “sms bullying,” “mobile bullying,” “online bullying,” “digital bullying,” or “Internet bullying.”

(Source: Cyberbullying Research Centre)

  • Don't Get Bullied!

    Did you log out? Video (0:33) Detailansicht

  • Think before you post!

    One minute video — useful, independent of the language level. Detailansicht

  • Think, before you post my face!

    one minute video — for all language levels. Detailansicht

  • Words Hurt!

    Bullying prevention video (0:32) Detailansicht

  • Did you see it? — Bullying

    Social alienation as a form of bullying. (1:59 video) Detailansicht

  • Cyberbullying Research Centre

    Have a look at the fact sheets about cyberbullying and suicide, sexting and personal publishing. (pdf material for download). Have a look at 'resources' with podcasts and special resources for schools. Use the videos to find answers about cyberbullying. Detailansicht

  • Stop Cyberbullying

    What is it? How does it work? Why cyberbully? Prevention! Take action! (material for different age groups) Detailansicht

  • Using the mobile phone in school

    This teaching package is intended to support learning and to stimulate debate on the use of mobiles in school. It complements the package entitled "Safe and responsible use of mobiles". The material is primarily aimed at teachers of 12- to 15-year-olds, but can be used for all age groups." Detailansicht

  • Internet Day highlights web risks

    'Safer Internet Day is being marked around Europe with events to educate children and parents about net dangers.' (BBC-article) Detailansicht

  • 1.78 Million Facebook Users May Die in 2011 — Article

    What will happen with the accounts of the deceased? Detailansicht

  • Reading: 'Bad Girls' by Jacqueline Wilson

    It tells the story of a 10-year-old-girl who is being bullied at school and when her friend Tanya is not around, the bullying never stops. Fun to read, wonderful pictures. Also available as audio-book. (Has to be bought!) Detailansicht


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