CYBER strives to develop the cyber resilience of European schools by creating tailored EU quality procedures for the school system, and by equipping the professors and students with the tools and knowledge to discuss conscious and unconscious online behaviours of adolescents, cyberpsychology and the downsides of the Internet overuse, to enhance the classrooms understanding of the dangerous emerging behaviours a young user may incur.

  • Raised self-esteem, civic engagement and commitment of the involved students to protect themselves and their peers/friends from negative social behaviour on the Internet.
  • Increased awareness regarding cyber threats and misuse of the virtual world by young people, teachers, and educational organizations in Europe.
  • Neutralised fears of families of those who became (or might become) victims of cyberbullyism or other forms of online crimes.
  • Improved accessibility to resources to support the prevention and management of cyber threats in the school-youth context.
  • School Community: Professors/educators/teachers.
  • Students, age 14-17.

EU Programme: Erasmus+ KA2 Cooperation Partnerships in School Education
Reference: 2023-1-EL01-KA220-SCH-000156982
Start date: 02/10/2023
End date: 01/11/2026

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