Bullying: What's Your Opinion?
In this activity, students learn about the legal aspects of bullying such as criminal law, sharing of intimate images, the right to control images of themselves and possible recourses. Students then take a position on these issues.
- To encourage students to reflect on bullying and its consequences.
- To provide students with an understanding of the legal aspects of bullying.
- To have students take a position on, and debate, legal issues related to bullying.
Broad areas of learning
- Citizenship and Community Life:
- Promotion of the rules of social conduct and democratic institutions
- Participation, cooperation and solidarity
- Adoption of a culture of peace
- Using information:
- Putting information to use
- Solving problems:
- Analyzing the components of a problem
- Exercising critical judgment:
- Forming and expressing an opinion while understanding the opinions of others
- Éducaloi’s teaching guide on the right to privacy (to further explore this issue with your students)
- Éducaloi’s guide Bullying and the Law: What You Need to Know
- Éducaloi’s 1 page guide: Cyberbullying Can Be a Crime.
- Our Infographic: Young People and Bullying: Legal Consequences for Bullies
- Our Pamphlet: Bullying and the Law: Ways to Intervene
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