Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying by Mind Map: Cyberbullying

1. Definition: the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

1.1. StopBullying.gov

2. Consequences of Cyberbullying

2.1. Kids who are bullied may experience depression and anxiety, diminished health, poor school grades, and isolation. They are at risk for suicide. Children who are bullied may retaliate by participating in a school shooting.

2.2. Kids who bully are at risk for drug and alcohol abuse, criminal activity, premature sexual activity, and violent tendencies.

3. Ways to Prevent Cyberbullying

3.1. Educate children on what exactly cyberbullying is, communicate often with children, and model appropriate desired behavior.

4. How to Respond to Cyberbullies

4.1. Disengage from bullies immediately.

4.2. Print out evidence and give to authorities.

4.3. Find support in those who care about well-being.

4.4. Top 10 Steps To Respond To Cyberbullying

5. Rethink before you type | Trisha Prabhu | TEDxTeen

6. Lesson Ideas

6.1. Brainstorm responses to cyberbullying. What should you do if you are cyberbullied? Why should you tell someone? What if you are the bystander?

6.2. Have you ever cyberbullied someone? Children will learn what exactly cyber bullying is and given specific examples. They will learn if they have ever engaged or participated in an activity like bullying, and learn how to stop or appropriate ways to act.