A TABBY (Threat Assessment of Bullying Behaviour in Youth) in Internet and TABBY Trip in EU

A TABBY (Threat Assessment of Bullying Behaviour in Youth) in Internet and TABBY Trip in EU

 

The TABBY projects aim to increase knowledge, skills to protect young people when using internet, mobile communications, social networks, being in school but also off-campus from victimisation by peers or other youngsters or adults by setting up a system for school officials and students themselves for the identification of risk factors and assessment of cyberbullying, cyber threats and sexting, and take adequate preventive actions to protect themselves and victims from such noxious behaviours. The Tabby approach is an effective and efficient approach for risk assessment and management of cyberbullying incidents. The Tabby Trip approach is composed of an online self-assessment of risks tool, videos, booklet for teachers, but also of a so called “serious educational videogame” aiming at increasing awareness and eventually, hopefully change any risky behaviour.

 

The Project started in December 2011 and finished in January 2015.
Last review: January 2020.