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Anti-Bullying – sa ranks high in global survey

South Africa showed the highest prevalence of cyberbullying in a recent report by Ipsos Global, based on research in 28 countries. The report showed that more than 80% of South Africans said they were aware of cyberbullying and almost three-quarters of South Africans believe that the anti-bullying measures that are in place are insufficient. A Vodafone survey from 2018 ranked South Africa fourth for teen cyberbullying out of 13 countries, and Dean McCoubrey, founder of MySociaLife, a South African in-school Digital Life Skills Program teaching digital life skills program for schools, says that it’s likely even more prevalent, based on student feedback.

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MACMILLAN WORKSHOP ON CYBERSAFETY

The number of children with access to the internet continues to grow worldwide. Cybersafety is a growing concern for both children and adults.

Macmillan Teacher Campus will be hosting a  workshop  that will make educators aware of the dangers and guide them in teaching learners about cybersafety in a fun and exciting way.

Adessa - Macmillan picWorkshop details:
Cost: R 450.00 per person
Dates: 7 & 14 September 2016
Time: 13H00 – 17H00
Venue: 34 Whiteley Rd, 2nd Floor the Piazza, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg

Workshop Outcomes

  1. Know the dangers of posting online
  2. Be able to advise parents and learners about posting online
  3. Have a good understanding of cell phone safety
  4. Be able to advise parents and learners about cell phone safety
  5. Know what cyberbullying is
  6. Be able to advise parents and learners about cyberbullying
  7. Understand the dangers of social networking
  8. Be able to advise parents and learners about posting safely on social networking sites.

For more information or to make a telephonic booking, contact Ricky Steenkamp on (011) 731-3350 or email steenkampr@macmillan.co.za