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Here is a newly developed piece of software for phones. It makes for many thoughts, questions and interests, both positive and negative. What are your thoughts?




“What is SeeMe?

This site promotes positive body image and tackles the impact of young people’s internalization of idealised media portrayals of beauty and gender stereotypes. The site has been developed by the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust.

Information on Mental Health by young people for young people.

I recently prepared this short Prezi for use with a talk I was giving to Year 11 students about Emotional Intelligence.  I hope others may find it useful.

Recently I have been asked many times about good online resources or providers who are good in the area of cyber-awareness and cyber-safety. One that I frequently refer to, and that I think is massively under-utilised by schools and educational institutions, is an initiative called “Think U Know”. This website and available resources has been developed in partnership by the Australian Federal Police, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), ninemsn, Microsoft and Virtual Global Taskforce.

I am aware that they will come out to school to run seminars for parents and teachers. There are also some great resources available to use with students.

Resource: BullyEd

Posted: June 14, 2011 in Bullying, Education, Pastoral Care

This is well worth checking out if you are interested in information about bullying, prevention and treatment. By signing up you get access to a free resource.


The image says it all, another resource for Australian Government developed information.