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When we do not think about the trajectory of our actions prior to pressing the send button, we are not thinking about "how this will impact others, especially those close to us."
You can't take it back.
Are You Part of the Solution?"The common response to the negative events that have occurred in American history is 'That was just how it was back then.'" Albert Einstein stated, "The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." When stakeholders, at any level avoid confronting negative events and challenging issues, we should ask ourselves, "What am I doing today to make the situation more postive for the victim(s) and how am I holding culprits accountable?" This the starting point that will allow victims of Cyberbullying to increasingly come forth to report these negative ills in our society.
Element 5: Digital EtiquetteTraditional Bullying vs. Cyberbullying 1. Minimizing negative effects on others 2. Respecting Others Online: NOT Engaging in... *Cyberbullying *Inflammatory Language
THINK Before You SEND!
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Traditional Bullying vs. Cyberbullying