6.1 Meeting with students 1


4-5 hours

Program Time Material
Warm welcome, presentation of the trainer team, objective of the activity, presentation of the students Up to 30 min circle of chairs, flipchart, moderation material – should be organized beforehand!
Expectations of the day of the participants

Division into groups up to 4, 5 min discussion, group chooses 5 expectations and visualizes them on cards (per card only one expectation), Groups share their results – team wraps up

15 min cards, markers, scotch, pin board
Overview of media usage and equipment
Oral exchange in a big circle:

  • what are you using regularly?
  • what are doing exactly? Playing, internet surfing, chats etc.?
  • which social networks are you using?
  • which websites are most interesting for you?
10 min circle – plenary
Exchange of the danger of using the net – “to carve out” the disadvantages – group work:

  • What do I know – what can happen? What has happened already to persons I know, to me…?

Each group writes the experiences on a flipchart as a list or mind map and presents it
Alternative: pairs who will exchange experiences more in depth and then come together with another pair – they write the paper without telling the stories again – only facts – and then present

30 min
markers and flipchart paper
Break 15 min
Transfer of perspectives – opinion barometer

Group will listen to statements and every individual decides which position reflects his/her personal opinion – the team will ask some students representing different positions for their reasons – the other students only listen – no discussion

After some statements and listening to arguments, the students will take their seats again and the team will raise open questions:

  • What have you experienced?
  • How did you assess the arguments of the others?
  • How come that perception is so different?
30 min Prepared statements
line with comments
Verbalisation of a definition of cyber-bullying by listening to a little story – presented by the team

Plenary: what does cyberbullying mean?

Brainstorming and the team will pick the main elements to formulate the definition with the agreement of the students

15 min Flipchart and the story in your country language
Deepening of knowledge of different perspectives:

  1. Show the video clip “ Let´s fight it together” for only 5 minutes and then stop. Cards of the different roles will be placed in the room and the students are asked to imagine the different roles (Joe, Kim, teacher, mother, bystander)

  • How does X feel in the clip?
  • What do you think what could be his/her wish?
  • What can he/she do to change the situation?

  1. Show the rest of the clip – notice the atmosphere in class and reflect the situation: “I observe you are a little bit shocked,…we will go on and you can express what you think.”

Students take turns to slip again into the different roles. The team doesn´t comment at this point.

Students who approach Kim´s card will be asked:

” Why is Kim doing this, what do you think?”

The question to the bystander role: “ Why do they join in, what could be their motivation?”

Question for the observers: “What hindered the observers to intervene in favor of Joe?

Summary of the team, students are asked to let go of the roles.











Internet-connection , beamerRole cards with the name of the actors of the videoclip
Long break


30-60 min
Energizer 10 min
Development of strategies to react in situations of cyberbullying and prevention – students will be divided into two-three groups, parallel group work sessions and presentation – the other group can add ideas and propositions. 30min
Evaluation and feedback. How was the day – looking back to the expectations and giving space to express impressions and feelings? In addition, students could be asked to write a letter to themselves where they reflect how they will react in the future in case of cyberbullying. Letters will be collected by the team and send to them later by post.

The team will cordially thank the students for their participation and input.

20 min Feedback questionnaires if wanted
Lists of links and material should be prepared for the students.

A follow-up session after 2-3 weeks would be appreciated to enhance the motivation to fight cyberbullying.

Possible questions:

  • Has the project day changed your attitude/perception?
  • Was the project day helpful to prevent cyberbullying?
  • Any other ideas to fight cyberbullying?