Glide safely in the Internet cloud
The project ,,Glide safely in the Internet cloud’’ was organized for the first time in 2011 and since that time five editions have taken place. The project was coorganized by Provincial Police Headquarters in Kielce together with the Board of Education, Teachers Training Center of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship and the Marshal Office of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. An introduction to the project involved organizing training courses for more than 50 police officers from prevention and criminal departments in order to prepare them for unassisted conduction of a training for children and youth. The trainings were also conducted by the employees of: Microsoft company, Nobody’s Children Foundation and by the police officers from the Provincial Police Headquarters in Kielce, who through the interactive lecture and multimedia presentations presented the police educational material: ,,in the network’’ and ,,3..2..1..Internet’’. Courses were designed to prepare police officers for meetings with school students and children. The next step was a meeting of police officers with students of primary schools, secondary schools and high schools on the safe use of the Internet network. The meetings were intended to clarify to the youth and children problems associated with cyberbullying, cybercrime and liability of minors. The meetings were organized at schools, which volunteered to participate in the project by sending the registration form to the Teachers Training Center of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. The next step was to conduct lessons by teachers related to the theme of safe surfing on the Internet network and the possibility of using the Internet to fully participate in public, social and economic life. In the next stage a contest was announced in which the students had prepared artworks and multi-media works, which were related to the topic of the project. Type of contest work was dependent on the level of education. At the end a conference was organized, which was the summary of the project. Pupils and teachers were awarded prizes and awards.
The first edition of the project took place in 2011.
Since then, five annual edition have taken place – more of them are planned.
Last review: December 2015.