The world is going through a rough time right now: hate speech, terrorism and violence. Children notice this on social media or hear it from older siblings and therefore can't be kept in the dark anymore.
It is not easy on the teachers either. How do you talk about this with your pupils? How can you build a culture of Respect and No Hate? What about Fake News?
Digital listening for deeper insights into the world children live in.
Engaging in meaningful discussion and dialogue, even on sensitive topics.
Counteracting hate speech and creating a culture of respect.
Recognising and unmasking fake news in the media.
Actively increasing Media Literacy and critical thinking skills.
Taking creative and social action, to negate the feeling of helplessness.
Join us at Bett 2017
sCool on Stage
Katja will be talking live on stage at Bett 2017 about our dossier on safeguarding against radicalisation in children. She will shine a light on what you as a teacher can do to prevent radicalisation and how media literacy actively plays a role in this process.
Visit our Stand
Of course, a half hour talk is not enough to engage in a good discussion. That is why we would like to invite you to our stand on the Bett floor. You can find us at standH140, so stop by to have an in depth chat on media literacy, respect and digital social responsibility.
Join us on Twitter
Perhaps you can't make it to Bett, but do want to participate in the conversation. Follow us on Twitter, where we will keep you up to date on our own plans and all the interesting speakers we will see. We are excited to hear your opinion!