#Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit: Anti-Cyberbullying Lesson Plans and Student Activities


The #Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit aims to empower young people to tackle cyber bullying in their communities. This resource contains ten lesson plans on cyber bullying and is designed to be delivered in a Junior Cycle (12-15 years old) SPHE (Social, Personal and Health Education) classroom. This teaching resource includes an innovative interactive poster activity. The resource is supported by the Watch Your Space website (

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Age range:12 - 15
Keywords:cyber, bullying, cyberbullying, anti, bullying, internet, safety, peer, to, peer
Resource type:case study, glossary, guide, lesson plan, project, role play, simulation
Authors:(Professional Development Service for Teachers - Technology in Education), (Professional Development Service for Teachers - Technology in Education)

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