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Anti-Bullying Week is almost here!
28/10/16 08:14Celebrated once a year in November in England, Anti-Bullying Week is the time to get involved and take a stand against bullying in all its forms, and raise awareness in schools and organisations. Not only can bullying affect children through behavioral changes and long-lasting psychological damage, the whole family can also suffer from a child being harassed.
What does digital citizenship mean for eTwinning?
24/10/16 07:00“Digital citizenship is a broad concept that explores how best we should act in this online world, what we need to be aware of and of course what are our rights and responsibilities.” This is one of the definitions given by eTwinning*, the community for schools in Europe, when referring to digital citizenship.
Mental health and young people in the digital age: addressing risks, seizing opportunities
19/10/16 07:07Recognising the correlation between risks and opportunities of intense digital activity and young people's mental health, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day 2016, Mental Health Europe (MHE) organised the ‘Mental health and young people in the digital age: addressing risks, seizing opportunities‘ event at the European Parliament in Brussels.