WHAT: Hosting students had to design a series of activities to define what cyberbullying is, to explain the responsible use of social networks and to delve into the privacy in the use of social networks. The activities had to be presented to the visiting students during the school exchange and should include short videos and clips made by the students as well as power point presentations and activities raising public awareness on this issue. 

WHY: Identify and prevent the major problems brought by the bad use of social networks. Raise Ss awareness of the responsible use of them and become used to peer observing and solving them effectively. In addition, Students would foster their public speaking as they would coach their partners in the transnational meetings.

CYBERBULLYING Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5






1. Define what cyberbullying is.2. Classify the types of cyberbullying 1. Collect information about privacy in the use of social networks.2. Highlight the responsible use of social networks. 1.Collect information of the roles in cyberbullying. 1. Collect information of the consequences of cyberbullyng. 1. Report the work done by the other teams.
2. Prepare an activity to identify the types of cyberbullying. 2. Highlight the responsible use of social networks. 2. The role of witness. How to act in case of witnessing cyberbullying. 2. Look for real examples. 2. Set up a blog for the project containing all materials provided by the other teams.
3. Prepare an activity to identify the types of cyberbullying. 3. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation or short video explaining how to keep personal information private. 3. Draw up an activity to raise public awareness. 3. Prepare a Power point presentation of the issue. 3. Interview Nuria Cezón, teacher at Aguas Vivas who has enjoyed an Erasmus mobility dealing with cyberbullyng. Report the main ideas.
4. Design a PowerPoint presentation about the information collected. 4.Record a short video raising awareness of the consequences of not having privacy in social networks. 4. Record a short clip about the issue. 4. Contribute to the blog by creating a bank of resources and activities to work in the classroom.