Cyber Bullying

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Cyber Bullying by Mind Map: Cyber Bullying

1. Definition

1.1. Bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. Includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else.

2. Consequences

2.1. Consequences of bullying can result in the victim harming themselves or trying to take their life. The child or children participating can be suspended or expelled from school. They can also get in trouble with the law and be sent to a detention center. They may also have to pay fines.

3. Prevention

3.1. Prevention for cyber bullying could be looking for warning signs in children. If someone who may be being bullied you will look for decreased use of technology, sitting alone, changed moods, self harm or changed behavior. The warning signs for someone who may be the bully is switching screens suddenly when an adult walks buy, laughing at a screen or a child, and changed mood or behavior.

4. Responses to Cyber bullying

4.1. The responses to cyber bullying come from teachers, students, parents and outside adults. The response could be reporting the act, seeking help for those involves, creating lessons for students to understand the affects of bullying and laws made to protect those involved.

4.2. 8 Top Cyberbullying Resources for Educators & Parents | Gaggle Speaks

5. Lesson Ideas

5.1. One lesson idea to teach the affects of cyber bullying or bullying is the apple lesson. Take an apple and pass it around to the kids and tell them to hit it or bang it on the table. Then have the students inspect the apple and see that no damage was done to the outside of the apple but cut it open and show them what it looks like. The inside will be bruised and you can tell them that words may look like they don;t affect the person because from the outside we can't see, but on the inside they are truly hurting.

5.1.1. You could also have the students create a story line of someone who is being bullied and ask them to place themselves into the victims shoes and have them share how they would feel if that was actually done to them.

5.2. 4 Lesson Plans on Cyberbullying | Common Sense Education

6. Cyber Bullying : Create No Hate