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Qualitative evaluation of teachers with respect to the implementation of the project of cyber bullying prevention (TABBY) in their classes

Author(s) García-Vélez, T., Calmaestra Villén, J., González, C. & Maldonado, A.  
Publisher London: CiCe  
Year 2014  
Editor P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds.) Innovative Practice and Research Trends in Identity, Citizenship and Education  
Age group -  
Keywords/Abstract
The project ‘Tabby Trip in EU - Threat Assessment of Bullying Behaviour in Youngsters Transferring Internet Preventive procedures in Europe’ (DAPHNE program JUST/2011-2012/DAP/AG/3259) coordinated by the Department of Psychology of Second University of Naples focuses on the prevention of cyberbullying and other related problems. The project aims to train school teachers in the use of social networking and cyberbullying prevention. Tabby Team has developed four videos that serve as a guide to address the various issues of cyberbullying. The videos use four key issues to address cyberbullying: internet identity, permanence of online content, the consequences of actions taken on the internet, and committing of crimes through social networks. The project seeks that school teachers train their students in these issues through the material designed for this purpose. In this paper we present the results of focus groups conducted between February and March 2014, with teachers who had implemented the program in their classes.
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