Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of a Cyberbullying Prevention Training Program

ID: 51164 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Kay K. Seo, Ben Just, and Melinda Victor, University of Cincinnati, United States

This presentation discusses the design and development of a web-based, interactive cyberbullying prevention training program for middle school students and shares findings from a survey administered with the target students on the effectiveness of the program. Results show that the students highly valued the entertaining features of the program and perceived entertainment had a strong influence on their learning engagement. This study explores the importance of entertainment in a web-based training program and suggests design ideas to maximize both entertainment and engagement.

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