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Respect in citizenship 2.0 and online behaviour: what attitude on the part of teachers and educators?

RESPECT - RESPONSIBLE ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOUR IN THE VIRTUAL SOCIAL SPACE (RESP) PDF
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This training resource aims to stimulate thinking about Citizenship 2.0 and about ways in which to incorporate the concept of respect. It deals with issues related to a proper online behaviour and how teachers and educators can address the theme of respect in virtual social spaces with their students.

The activities presented form part of a larger project which aim to create two youth councils, one composed of children and the one composed of adolescents and young people, to encourage them to take a more active role in society. The activities aim to raise awareness among teachers and educators about the impact of social networks on the processes of active citizenship, focusing on citizenship and its virtual implications, appropriate online behaviour and respect in its broadest sense and specifically in virtual social spaces.

This training resource was developed as part of the Pestalozzi Programme of the Council of Europe during the “train the trainer” module focusing on the promotion of responsible attitudes and behaviour in the virtual social space (RESP), held in 2012/2013.

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To cite this resource: Soriani, A. (2012). Le respect dans la citoyenneté 2.0 et le comportement en ligne: quelle attitude de la part des enseignants et des éducateurs? In Council of Europe Pestalozzi Programme Training Units

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