“The Key to Recognising Cyberbullying”: a 2-hour online self-learning course now available

Online 15 December 2020
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What is cyberbullying and how can you identify it?

With this new short 2-hour course, you will be able to recognise cyberbullying and learn more about its impact on learners’ health and wellbeing. The course will also help you define strategies, as educators and parents, to deal effectively with and prevent this issue in and out of the classroom.

The course targets education professionals but is also open to the general public. It is offered free of charge upon simple registration.

The ‘Key to Recognising Cyberbullying’ is the third course in the new ‘Keys’ series of short online courses developed in the framework of the LEMON project (‘LEarning Modules ONline’) of the Council of Europe Education Department.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us that online learning and courses can be highly effective for acquiring knowledge in a quick manner.

 Currently, there are 12 self-learning courses available on the platform, which you can discover here: Council of Europe Education Portal for Online Learning

 The course is accessible upon registration on the online learning platform here.

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