En Masse has partnered with Project Rockit in pioneering one of the most exciting and important breakthroughs in elearning: an online, interactive bullying prevention curriculum.
The four modules, aimed at year levels 6 to 9, take the trademark voice, insights and imagination of Project Rockit’s renowned face-to-face workshops and translate these into an engaging and thought-provoking online experience for students all over Australia.
This integrated face-to-face and online youth education program will help schools stamp out bullying and create a classroom culture that develops strong, proactive leaders.
Online learning modules
Wiping the slate
Exploring what bullying is (and isn’t), reflecting on students’ previous behaviours and empowering them to tackle the future together.
** Click here to see a demo version of the Project Rockit: Wiping the Slate online module.
Motivating and empowering students to identify those groups vulnerable to abuse and to stand up to bullying in all its forms.
Equipping students with the skills to respond to bullying and manage conflict, and examining the impacts of our behaviours on those around us.
Fostering personal leadership skills in those who may not have previously been recognised as leaders, and examining the question ‘How do you want to be remembered?’
Friendship and social skills
Programs tailored for Years 2-4 addressing a range of issues such as fitting in/inclusion, nice play, effective communication & body language, as well as other important social skills vital to positive peer relationships in later years.
Programs tailored for Years 4-6 and Years 7-8 addressing a range of issues including understanding what bullying is (and isn’t), the role of the bystander, real strategies for responding to bullies, conflict resolution and effective communication
Programs tailored for Years 5-6 and Years 7-8 focusing on cyberbullying and digital citizenship leading to a real understanding of current social networking sites and online youth culture, presenting a range of in-touch, realistic strategies for students in dealing with cyberbullying and facilitating empathy for targets of cyberbullying.
Programs tailored for Years 5-6 and Years 7-12 focusing on the potential that we all have to be leaders, regardless of whether we have been recognised with an official leadership position, developing personal leadership skills, building on their strengths and standing up for what they believe in.
A program for Years 7-8 developing strategies for related issues such as social labels, personal values, judgment and leadership.
DOT COM cyberbullying forum
A full day program for Years 7-10 this forum brings students together to examine cyberbullying, cybersafety, personal leadership, social networking and online culture.
Contact us on 03 9827 1388 to arrange trial access to the program or to discuss a blended workshop package for your school.