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Seminar: "(UN) real world, that is in the world of our children's network ".
On 25-27 June 2014 the spanish team participated in the II CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL de CIENCIAS de la EDUCACIÓN y del DESARROLLO (2nd International Congress of Educational and Developmental Sciences) with the paper “Análisis de las situaciones de Bullying y Cyberbullying en la Comunidad de Madrid a través de la lista de verificación TABBY”.
The Polish team disseminates the tabby project at XXXVII CICA International Conference On Conflict And Aggression, Zielona Gora, Poland 22/25 June 14
Monitoring of the Tabby teachers is an ongoing activity. In the period of January-June, 2014, the Hungarian Tabby Team conducted 3 monitoring rounds from the Tabby participants. Additionally, teachers could turn to the Hungarian Tabby Team with questions regarding school and online bullying. We have created a network between Hungarian Tabby teachers and ESZTER Foundation experts
Tabby schools in Hungary developed best practices applying the Tabby method. Among them, the most significant efforts were taken by the Than Károly Eco School (See website than.hu), where Tabby 15-18 year-old student mentors held awareness raising workshops for younger students in their school and in other Budapest schools as well. In the school year 2013/14, they organized a quiz at the National Police Headquarters (ORFK)
On 12-14 June The spanish team participated in the 16th Annual CiCe Network Conference: Innovative Practice and Research Trends in Identity, Citizenship and Education with the paper Qualitative evaluation of teachers about the implementation of the project of cyberbullying prevention (TABBY) in their classes.
the Greek team presented the ‘Tabby Trip Project’ and its preliminary results during the 1st Scientific Conference of the European Antibullying Network that took place in Athens on the 11th and 12th of June 2014
The 11th of June, in occasion of the Giornate Scientifiche di Ateneo organized by the Second University of Naples, the Italian team had a poster presentation about the Tabby Trip in Eu project and its preliminary results about the Campania sample