Knowing what happens in the close context helps raise awareness of the reality around us and for this is of particular importance take of reference the appropriate information sources. In this regard, some schools, but have not yet developed specific actions against cyberbullying, posted on its web pages scientific information about the problem in order to make aware teachers, students and families about its existence and nature.
This is the case of the secondary school Ramiro II of La Robla (Leon, Spain) that
published on its website (http://portal.iesramiro2.es)
interview to Professor Joaquín Mora- Merchán by InfoCOP on a European project called CyberTraining, a report on the youth dependency of Messenger as a medical problem and other on risk
behaviour of youth MySpace.
Having professionals’ information is important, but the challenge is not that information be presented to the recipients, but it reaches them. Sometimes the multitude of information available in schools hinders the proper selection of which is in our interest. So, conferences attendance of experts are usually successful at the centres. In this way, students and teachers receive the information directly, experiential and have the opportunity to ask questions and clarify what is of interest.
An example of this is the awareness days held by the secondary school El Rincon of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on the International Internet Day, with activities like a conference of the inspector of National Police who presented the keys to prevent cyberbullying, and to make safe use of the network.
Experience has revealed that the initiatives that more involve students, children and adolescents, are those in themselves are the protagonists. Thus, some schools have opted for engaging in activities that are the students who analyze the problems that affect them and devise ways to answer it.