Cyber-Bullying Lewis Dokie

Cyber-Bulling Project

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1. What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children

2. Is a Child Being Cyber-bullied or Cyber-bullying Others?

3. Definition

4. Cyber-bullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets through text, social media,and forms

4.1. Cyber-bullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. Moreover, sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation.

5. Consequences of Cyber-bullying

5.1. Common Effects and Feelings Associated With Cyber-Bullying fro victims includes; feeling overwhelmed, vulnerable and powerless, humiliated, angry, ill, suicidal and depressed

6. Prevention of Cyber-Bullying

7. Responses to Cyber-Bullying: Top Ten Tips for Educators

8. Lesson Ideas: Make a 'Take a Stand Together' paper-chain.(Grades 5/6) Students will use brightly colored strips of paper to write an anti-bullying message. The strips of paper will be glued or staple together to form a link. The paper chain-link should be posted within the classroom to create a visual representation of the class's stand against bullying.

9. Lesson Ideas: Class/Group Skit (Grades 6-8) Students will develop a class or group skit displaying how to and how not to respond to cyber-bulling. How cyber-bulling effects students and how to prevent cyber-bullying.