Cyberbullying – do diagnóstico de necesidades à construçao de um manual de formaçao.
O impacto do cyberbullying na sociedade e junto das crianças e jovens, tão mais complexo quanto mais sofisticadas as ferramentas tecnológicas disponíveis, tem chamado a atenção para a importância, a nível internacional, da definição de estratégias de prevenção e intervenção junto de potenciais agentes educativos, isto é, para o desenvolvimento de uma proposta, com dimensão europeia, de Cyber- Training.
Neste trabalho após uma breve apresentação do projectoCyberTraining: A Researchbased Training Manual On Cyberbullying1 dar-se-á a conhecer o processo de desenvolvimento de um manual de formação baseado numa investigação a nível europeu suportada na plataforma Moodle e, nesta, pela ferramenta Fórum. Através de uma análise de necesidades junto de formadores e do estudo, junto de especialistas, do estado de arte no domínio a nível de diferentes países, é mostrado todo um percurso inovador de construção colaborativa de conhecimento relativamente ao conceito cyberbullying assim como relativamente ao desenvolvimento de práticas de formação ou cybertraining.
The impact of the cyberbullying on society and among children and young people, revealed as ever more complex as more sophisticated technological tools become
available, has called attention to the importance, at the international level, of a definition of strategies for prevention and intervention among potential educational agents, i.e. to develop a proposal for Cyber-Training, with a European dimension.
In this paper, after a brief presentation of the European project CyberTraining: A Researchbased Training Manual on Cyberbullying, an account will be given of the process of developing a training manual based on research at European level supported in the Moodle platform, and within this, by the Forum tool. By means of a needs analysis among trainers and analysis by experts of the state of the art in the area in different countries, innovative paths to collaborative knowledge building are demonstrated, relating to the cyberbullying concept as well as to the development of training practices or cybertraining.
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