Cyber Bullying

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Cyber Bullying

Cyber-bullying

Good Digital Etiquette

What Will Your Students Pick?

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-Know how to intervene when kids make social mistakes.-Listen to them and vaildate their feelings.-Let the students know what's not right and guide them to another alternatives.

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- Pay close attention to the emotional state of students.-Ask yourself does a student seem depressed? Withdrawn? Are his/her grades suddenly dropping?- Hang out in the hallways and lunchroom to look for changes in relationships, such as a student being cast out from his/her usual lunch table.

42% of kids have been bullied online-1 in 4 have had it happen more than once.58% have not told their parents about an online bullying incident.

21% of kids have received mean or threatening e-mail or other messages.14% have received mean or hurtful comments online.13% have been the subject of rumors online.

7% have had someone impersonate them online.8% report receiving a threatening cell phone text.5% have had a mean or hurtful picture posted.

Recognize it!!

Take it Seriously!

Cyberbullying isnt' always as obvious as someone repeatedly harassing, mistreating, or making fun of another person. Sometimes you have to be more observant...

Get Parents Involved!

Check out these resources!!http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educatorshttp://www.scholastic.com/teachers/http://mediasmarts.ca/cyberbullying/resources-teachers

Put your knowledge to work! You are placed in a sixth grade class and you suspect a student is being cyberbullied by another classmate. What can you do to intervene and stop the bullying? How can you prevent this from happening again? How can you provide support to the student being bullied?

ReferencesImages found at http://stopsign.com/wp-content/uploads/Cyberbullying_ID-10065418-300x300.jpg and www.icons.mysitemyway.comAdams, C. Retrieved from http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/cyberbullying-what-teachers-and-schools-can-do

Let's prevent our students from being cyber bullies with the 5 C's!1. Create an online "honor code" that students promise to abide by! 2. Clearly explain how their words on the internet represent them as individuals and once something is put out there it can't be taken back.3. Consult with parents often about internet safety and the danger of cyberbullying.4. Control and observe what online interactions occur in your class, early intervention of a bully is vital!5. Cheer on appropriate behavior and internet safety.


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