A new manual focusing on cyberbullying and social networking hazards has been added to Flinders University’s internationally acclaimed PEACE Pack. The comprehensive new 40-page booklet with […]
A total of 26 primary schools across South Australia have been trialling a new anti-bullying program developed at Flinders University. The new primary school version of […]
Students who are bullies in Year 7 are also likely to become victims in high school, Flinders research has found. A new study of 1,382 students […]
A Flinders University program to reduce bullying in the schoolyard and promote wellbeing among children has halved the incidents of bullying at Brighton Secondary School and […]
Children and young people want a Children’s Commissioner or ‘champion’ to uphold their best interests, says child development expert Professor Phillip Slee, from Flinders’ School of Education.
An Italian cyber bullying expert is working with Flinders University researchers to explore the cross-cultural differences in parental monitoring over children’s internet activities.
Flinders University’s Professor Phillip Slee is joining forces with academics from across the globe in a bid to stop schoolyard bullying.
Schooling is increasingly being viewed world-wide as an opportunity to promote students’ overall mental health and wellbeing; a new book edited by Flinders academics looks at the best ways to do it.