How is cyberbullying different from traditional violence and what does this mean for practice? To this question, May 31 at 10.00 the guest of the next lecture of the Open Online Academy will answer – assoc.prof. Jacek Pyżalski
Violence in all its forms and manifestations is a phenomenon that embarrasses 21st century society. Acts of violence against other people are deeply hurt and leave scars in the human mind for life. Among the many forms of violence we are currently facing, there is also violence occurring on the Internet. An attempt to search for differences between real and virtual violence will be the subject of a lecture by our guest who has been dealing with cyberbullying for many years.
On May 31, we invite you to the online lecture by assoc.prof. Jacek Pyżalski
10.00 – 10.30 – How is cyberbullying different from traditional violence and what does this mean for practice?
Lecture access code on the Teams platform: 0b61n8s
(for students, lecturers and employees of RAE)
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SEE YOU ONLINE!
Jacek Pyżalski – special educator, professor at the Faculty of Educational Studies of the University of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, participant and coordinator of approximately 60 national and international research projects, mainly regarding youth risk behavior (including online behavior, with particular emphasis on cyberbullying), online involvement of young people (including coordination of the Polish part of EU Kids Online research) and fitness psychological teachers and their educational competences. He represented Poland in the international consortium of cyberbullying researchers (COST IS801), COST IS1210, regarding the impact of online appearance and image on youth functioning and health, COST CA16297 European Network for ProblematicUsage of the Internet, dealing with problematic use of the Internet and COST CA18115 – Transnational Collaboration on Bullying , Migration and Integration at School Level, dealing with the issue of school violence in the context of migration phenomena. Author of the first publications on electronic market on electronic aggression “Electronic aggression among children and adolescents” (GWP, Sopot 2011) and “Electronic aggression and cyberbullying as new risky behaviors of young people” (Impuls, 2012). The originator and editor of the textbook Education in the COVID-19 pandemic. With detachment about what we are currently doing as teachers.