In response to massive demand, PROJECT ROCKIT has developed the brand new DOT COM Forum as a full-day program (equivalent of 5 one-hour sessions), accommodating a whole year-level at the one time.
Utilising P-ROCK’s own genuine, non-daggy understanding of cyberspace, the DOT COM Forum brings students together for an empowering approach to cyberbullying and personal leadership. The sessions examine cyberbullying, social networking and online culture in a way that is positive and non-judgmental, providing a range of strategies in dealing with cyberbullying and promoting cybersafety. The sessions also focus on building understanding of the real-world impacts of our online interactions.
Students develop their awareness and empathy for targets of cyberbullying through participation in discussion, drama, music, creative writing and real-life stories. In empowering students to take ownership over core material and create a supportive online culture, the DOT COM Forum will be an event to remember.
Cyberbullying, especially through social networks and mobile phones.
Strategies for dealing with cyberbullying and promoting cybersafety.
The impact of online interactions within the real-world.
Bystander behaviour: Stand up!
Effective Communication and conflict resolution Personal Leadership and the impact we have on our peers – Online and offline.