Turning Tables on Taunters

Technological innovation means children are more digitally connected than ever before and, sadly, more exposed to cyberbullying. But technology does not need to make their life hell. For one creative dad, the internet has proven the catalyst for a tool to help youngsters deal with the problem.

A Sydney digital creative and father of three, Galvin Scott Davis, has taken the idea that the anonymity of technology encourages bullying and turned it on its head.

Davis’s eight-year-old son, Carter, came to him for help after being bullied at school. Despite it being such a common problem, Davis couldn’t find children’s literature that dealt adequately with the topic.

Read More at The Sydney Morning Herald


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