Cdn Crtr for Child Protection announces 2 cyberbullying resources

October 2, 2014 at 4:41 pm Leave a comment

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection has announced the availability of 2 modules to use with students in grades 7/8 or 9/10.

From the following web page:

The Grade 7/ 8 education unit was created in response to emerging online risks and recent tragedies involving young people in Canada. In an effort to reduce the incidence of adolescent sexual exploitation, the unit addresses adults using technology to exploit children for a sexual purpose, self/peer exploitation (sexting or selfies), and cyberbullying.

Lessons will include:

  • Healthy Friendships
  • Healthy Dating Relationships
  • Boundaries and Personal Safety
  • Identifying Safe Adults
  • Responding to Unsafe Situations

This Grade 9/ 10 education unit provides critical information on the harmful impacts and potential legal implications with youth engaged in sexual exploitation/violence and extreme bullying, compounded by the misuse of technology. Lessons for high school students will be gender specific and address the following:

  • Influences on Teen’s Ideas about Relationships
  • Love vs. Control in Dating Relationships
  • Canada’s Sexual Consent Laws
  • Cyberbullying and Harassment
  • Identifying When and How to Get Help

Check ’em out!


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