Cyberbullying and Social Media Safety
On-demand education that you and your son or daughter can watch and learn together at home.
What are the issues?
Every teenager needs to learn how to behave online and understand the devastating impact of cyberbullying. Here are some statistics:
- 34% of students report experiencing cyberbullying during their lifetime Statistics suggest that 50% of young people today have sent or received a nude picture.
- Approximately 18% of youth report self-harming at least once, impacting 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 10 boys 59% of students are addicted to social media and say they are unhappy. Approximately 18% of youth report self-harming at least once, impacting 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 10 boys 59% of students are addicted to social media and say they are unhappy.
- About 6% of students have digitally self-harmed, or anonymously posted online or shared hurtful content about oneself 1 in 3 girls is unkind to each other online.
- Teenagers on average are spending up to one quarter of their waking hours on screens. 93% of boys and 62% of girls have been exposed to internet porn with 70% of boys having consumed at least 30 consecutive minutes.
- GameOn GameOver has everything you need to open up quality conversations with your son or daughter and to help them understand why their digital reputation can be ruined with the wrong text, picture and/or message.
Your plan to help them your child
become more safe
watch the course
keep them safe
Get access to 18 videos to protect your child’s online reputation Each course is packed with valuable lessons every teen needs to hear Teach them how to interact and behave online
What is the most useful thing you learned
“I found it extremely helpful for anxiety and social awareness”
-Zoe, St Marys College Arklow
“Bullying be very cruel and being kind save lives”
-Eva, Mercy College Sligo
“Every picture can be traced”
-Dylan, St Geralds College Castlebar
“I loved the Power Principle and to think before you type”
-Jack, St Mary’s Enniscorthy
What you can do?
Delivered in a positive, enthusiastic manner this programme gives you a ringide seat at one of my live seminars. I always try to make my seminars as lively as possible so students can learn and engage more easily. This programme has been designed to give you and understanding of teenage behaviour both and offline. The idea is to help you as a parent interact better and have healthier conversations with your teen.
My Power Principles help young people understand the concepts of building a positive digital reputation, developing empathy and culitvating respect.
After this course you and your child will be able to
- Talk about cyberbullying and the dangers of social mediaTalk about cyberbullying and the dangers of social media
- The importance of your digital reputation
- What constitutes good online behaviour• Have important discussions around nude pictures, porn and text messages in a way that is not embarrassing and realistic
- Deal with issues such as social anxiety, exclusion and nasty messages