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Materiały problemowe

European Superkids Online Project


Two-year project European SuperKids Online has been funded by the European Commission’s Daphne Programme, as part of their commitment to Gender Equality and Justice. It was realized by four NGO’s in four different countries: Red Barnett in Denmark, Save the Children Italy in Italy, Protegeles in Spain and Nobody’s Children Foundation with the support of Orange Foundation in Poland. The aim of the project was to develop new educational tools addressing online dangers for children aged 10-13 and to involve teachers in promoting online safety.

Analysis of available research studies, reports and focus groups with children have shown that the current problems faced by young internet users in our target group are cyberbullying and  privacy risks online. Therefore educational tools – e-learning courses, lesson scenarios, printed materials – developed within the project  concentrate/focus on those issues.

As a part of the project a series of 10 workshops for teachers and other professionals working with children was organized and carried out nationwide, in cities such as Warsaw, Poznan, Lublin, Wroclaw, Torun, Ciechanow, Bialystok, Gdansk etc. Almost 300 participants attended.

Educational Tools
Educational tools developed in Poland include two e-learning courses and lesson plans for children aged 10-13.

E-learning courses
First of the courses „Where is Mimi?” presents a complex  case of peer violence in school environment with the focus on cyberbullying. Second one – “Safety Lesson” – demonstrates a broad range of privacy risks online. Both courses are built around video clips with intermittent quizzes to test knowledge acquisition. Participants are guided by a consultant of  - project for children who encounter problems online. 


Where is Mimi?

Target:  students aged 10-13 years
Duration: about 25 minutes


  • to familiarize students with different aspects of cyberbullying
  • to present possible consequences of cyberbullying for the victims and perpetrators
  • to encourage bystanders to respond in the situations of peer violence
  • to present  possible responses towards cyberbullying
  • to promote the offer of

The story:

Mimi - suspected of writing a vicious blog - becomes a target of bullying  both in school and online. Unable to stand it any longer she runs away from school. She leaves a letter addressed to her parents where she describes how she was unfairly accused of attacking her friends online. Headmaster together with Mimi’s class teacher tries to clarify the mystery of the blog and the circumstances of aggression towards the girl. For that purpose he interviews some of the students who seem to know the most.  There emerges a complex portrait of cyberbullying and its victims.


Safety Lesson

Target: students aged 10-13 years
Duration: about 25 minutes


  • to familiarize students with online privacy risks
  • to present consequences of reckless online activities such as sending and publishing intimate pictures as well as other content,  accepting strangers as friends, forgetting to log out, sharing passwords, neglecting privacy settings etc.
  • to develop a set of online safety rules with emphasis on social networks
  • to present possible responses when one’s privacy has been compromised
  • to promote the offer of

The story:
In one of the schools a teacher is teaching a lesson on online safety. Students share stories about online privacy – ones they experienced or heard about. They speak about publishing pictures and content, privacy settings, online friends, account thefts etc. Each topic is summarized by consultant. During the lesson teacher together with the class work out a set of online safety rules.


How to organize a class?

E-learning courses are available on an  e-learning platform of Nobody's Children Foundation, at There you will find a detailed description of the registration process.

For English users please use the following login and password:

login: SuperKids
password: Daphne

They can also be downloaded:

Lesson plans

Additionally two lesson plans based on the video materials used in the e-learning modules were developed. The English version of the lesson scenarios and video material with subtitles can be found below:

Safety Lesson

Where is Mimi?



As part of the projects following materials were developed:

  1. Manual for teachers
  2. Posters for schools
  3. Stickers
  4. Copybook

Educational tools developed by partners:  

Red Barnett, Denmark:

Sofie’s dilemma

Sofie has a dilemma. Her best friend Karen is being bullied at school by some of the older boys. Sofie is in doubt about how to act as Karen’s friend, because is it bullying when Karen is laughing too?

Privacy online Online

Mikkel has a lot of friends. He meets them playing different games. At school Mikkel doesn’t have that many friends. He wants to show the others at school that he does have friends, but is accepting everyone as friends a good idea? And how should he act, when an online friend wants to meet.




Save the Children, Italy




 Gaetano has been bullied since the first day of school. One of his classmates, who is not directly involved in the bullying, is in doubt about what to do. So far she has not done any-thing to stop it either. One day the class mate hears about Maria, who wants to play a scam on Gaetano. What should the classmate do? Interfere or pretend she doesn’t know any-thing?

Love on the Internet

A girl has been chatting for two months with a guy on the Internet and is falling in love. At the same time she is losing contact with her old friends. She is in doubt what to do, be-cause on the one side she just wants to enjoy the relationship. On the other hand she does not want to lose her old friends. How can she solve the dilemma?


Protegeles , Spain



Laura and Elisa are in doubt about different issues regarding their privacy on social networking sites. Is it okay to send photos to a boy that you have met online? And what about going on a blind date?


Carmen and Carlos are experiencing some difficult situations online. Somebody has taken over Carmen’s identity on a social networking site and Carlos has found out that some friends have updated pictures of him with the intention of humiliating him. How should they react to this?