DiGii Webinar

DiGii Webinar

Meanness, Exclusions, Social Dramas, and Cyberbullying

Discussion Points

Social meanness and abuse in all its forms is a part of growing up that few children escape from without experiencing.
Yet, some children seems to be on the receiving end more often than their peers and for those doing the doing, some go further, for longer and with much more intensity that their peers.
When your child is on the receiving end of any of this escalating online anti-social behaviour, lots of hurt and heartbreak can follow. And when it’s your child who’s the perpetrator, there’s a gut-sinking feeling of being the worst parent in the world.
In this webinar, let’s take a look at the reasons why this behaviour happens, the emotional experience of the receivers and the dealers, and explore some protection and prevention strategies for both.

 

Webinar Details

  • Date:

    Thursday August 4th

  • Time:

    4.30 PM

  • Duration:

    60 minutes

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