Safety in Schools Training – Cyberbullying & Digital Citizenship

Know the facts: ( Source:

  • Almost 1 in 10 Canadian teens say they’ve experienced bullying through social networking sites.

  • More than 1/3 of Canadian teens have seen mean or inappropriate comments about someone they know.

  • Researchers say that bullying usually ends within 10 seconds of an intervention by peers.

Course Description:

We are all, young and old, navigating a new digital culture. Rules and social norms are often ambiguous, but our social responsibility is to understand and take ownership of ourselves and those around us to stay safe. We can mitigate the risks by taking responsibility and making ethical decisions in the online world by developing a strong sense of “digital citizenship.”


1. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion
2. It’s FREE!
3. Aligned with Saskatchewan Curriculum
4. Participate for your chance to win gift cards

Teacher’s – Register your students for your chance to win $100 GC
Students – Master a course for your chance to win $100 GC
*Draw to be made in Dec – the more courses you take, the more chances you have to win!

Course Objectives:

  • Recognize cyberbullying and online mistreatment

  • Identify a cyberbully, what they do and who they affect

  • Identify the technologies used to mistreat online

  • Apply effective strategies to prevent mistreatment

  • Apply effective strategies if it happens

  • Help reduce the harm

  • Develop a strong sense of digital citizenship and

  • Build resiliency for all

Cyberbullying & Digital Citizenship Curriculum Connections: Safety in Schools and Sask Curriculum Connections

Grade 9:

  • Catholic Studies
  • Health Education

Resources & Support:

Safety in Schools 101: Informational Webinar 

This informational webinar provides a detailed overview of Safety in Schools and how to navigate the teacher dashboard. Join our safety advisors to learn more about the Safety in Schools organization and what our partnership with them means for Saskatchewan students! 



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