AUSTRALIA'S FIRST YOUTH-DESIGNED PLATFORM TO TACKLE (CYBER)BULLYING.
Three online student workshops plus bonus extras and hours of additional classroom activities
Current, cool, relevant content with a look and feel that has the big thumbs up from students
Strengths-based, creative approach is backed by research with input from educational designers
Real-time data reports provide teachers with insights on student attitudes and culture
Multimedia-rich learning on desktop or tablet from anywhere with an internet connection
For Years 7, 8 or 9
So, what do you get?
Three interactive, online workshops that focus on the issues of bullying, online hate and social leadership
Live-time data reporting
An extensive Teacher Lesson Plan guide that comes with a bunch of resources to unpack the content in class.
Oh, and 12 months access!
In order to scale our 10 year positive impact and reach young people all over Australia, PROJECT ROCKIT has taken our award winning anti-bullying workshops online.
In 2014, we received a generous grant from the Telstra Foundation to build 'PROJECT ROCKIT Online,' Australia’s brand new curriculum of cool anti-bullying and cyber safety development for students in years 7-9.
Consisting of three online workshops that tackle (cyber)bullying by building empathy and leadership, PROJECT ROCKIT Online guides students through a fun, practical and engaging online learning journey that incites reflection and encourage positive change.
ultimate digital journey
Designed as an individual digital learning journey, each student will need:
A pair of headphones
A desktop/laptop or tablet device
A steady Internet connection
Cost: $10 per head
PROJECT ROCKIT Online has been piloted in partnership with leading researchers from Western Sydney University, led by Associate Professor Amanda Third.
Click here to download the independent evaluation research.
Want to learn more?
For more information on PROJECT ROCKIT Online outcomes, availability, and more, please get in touch.
PROJECT ROCKIT Online was made possible thanks to a social innovations grant from our friends at the Telstra Foundation.