CYBER – a programm developed by TheatrEtc for cyber bullying intervention.
TheatrEtc invites YOU to join them on their several events where the application will be presented. Besides that you will receive a guide for its use, the result of their research AND a diploma for taking part.
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We often hear about cases where people are being bullied. Maybe we even witness such things. In order to raise awareness on this toxic topic it is essential to expose the truth and what better way to do that than with art, more specifically poetry.
On my research I stumbled across a terrific poem! It is a poem written for the pre- and intervention of bullying. What I found very alluring about this artpiece is how straight-forward it told the story about a victim of bullying. Spoiler alert: she finally commits suicide.
While writing about the way she is being bullied and the immediate inherent consequences the author of this poem describes everything in detail – starting from the “knife” with which she “cuts” herself continuing to the “blood on the floor” etc. pp..
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Edward Bond’s Eleven Vests is structured by Sigma-Art-RO Theatre in Education as a complex educational and social-impact play by exploring young people critical situation in different – also critical – levels who represents nowadays main question about youngsters and future: how they will manage this unexpected and huge who’s coming over them through:
- Technology, who’s advancing day by day and request them day by day,
- Communication; despite the invasion of information in our all life’s communication ’tools’ are more and more less present; this is especially because of the lack of Emotional knowledge and culture,
- The aggressive impact of Social – World – Changes; nowadays young people are living in an continuous physical and mental War?
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TheatrEtc’s new educational intervention is a process that engages 13-15 year olds with elements of applied drama, performance and technology – using projection and the new app CYBER that is designed to assimilate social media use by teenagers specifically to engage them in discussion around the issue of cyber bullying.
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IV Festival Mater Terra and Symposium PUSH
The Festival Mater Terra (lat. Mother Earth) opens a space for encounter and presentation of drama groups, with the possibility for expert advice for all the teachers, artists and drama teachers who believe, just like we do, that drama education and theatre itself can influence positive personal development, and the development of our society and the world we live in.
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This might help your children to protect themselves.
Credits: Brooks Gibbs
Since life is changing very quickly nowadays, sometimes we feel lost into new ways of communication, exchanging information. Unfortunately, new technologies bring not only benefits, but new kinds of threats and challenges as well.
Here we tried to explain what “cyberbullying ” is in simple words and in a way that teenagers see this phenomena today.
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Nowadays a lot of parents are looking for bullies, but, unfortunately, sometimes they took the wrong direction. What if a bully is actually the one you are making a sandwich for every morning?
Here are 7 signs that can help you to pay attention to your child`s behavior and recognize a bully in time.
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Evan Placey’s Girls Like That is an ensemble play exploring the pressures on young people today in the wake of advancing technology. In the UK it was specially commissioned by Birmingham Repertory Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Theatre Royal Plymouth.
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Social networks are a part of our life, but with lots of fun and advantages some danger came along. How to differenciate if you are just in touch with the friends or have to be concerned about time you give to social networks?
1. Facebook scrolling Is a symptom of procrastination.
Facebook capitalizes on your tendency to procrastinate by incorporating a news feed with an infinite scroll. No matter how far down you go, there will always be more memes and status updates to keep you distracted from whatever you should be doing. You made yourself some coffee and now it is ice cold? Well, spare poor coffee your rage: 3 hours have passed.
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