Since 2010, we’ve been to different schools, parent organisations and youth groups giving seminars to level – up the online intelligence of young people, professionals and parents alike.
It is our belief that by proper education, until the cybercrime and cyber bullying law is in place, we’ll be able to help the youth make right choices to keep our shared cyber space safe and fun, and protect themselves from online bullies. Proper education will also result to timely and appropriate action to stop and prevent cyberbullying in the Philippines.
In one week alone, we’ve been to University of the Philippines Diliman, La Salle College of Antipolo and Pamantasan ng Muntinlupa. And there is a common consensus that cyber bullying is a growing concern. It was also interesting to note that generally, these bright kids are at a lost in differentiating goofing around with friends and cyber harassment.
The school year is about to end, I hope next year, more school admins will listen to their guidance officers and support cyber wellness campaign. If we will not be involved on the online activities of our young, then who will shape their online behaviour?
Aside: Below are some of the sessions we have conducted
Founder of LODI Inc. (Learning and Organization Development Institute, Inc.) and Co-Founder of Blogwatch. Mentor and Dad of 2 Gen Z Professionals.
Advocate of #HRinHR (Human Rights in Human Resources) and #DigitalCitizenship
Strategist for Talent, Culture & Content Development, and Cyber Wellness Initiatives
Keynoter and Facilitator of Workplace and Life Learning
Blogging since 2004.