Standing up to Cyberbullying

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Standing up to Cyberbullying by Mind Map: Standing up to Cyberbullying

1. Digital Harassment Tips

1.1. If harasser

1.1.1. Check their Facebook Page

1.1.2. Check their cellphone

1.1.3. Check with other parents

1.1.4. Help your kid

1.2. If harassed

1.2.1. Start a discussion with your kid

1.2.2. Let them know they can count on you

1.2.3. Help them set boundaries

1.3. General

1.3.1. Check texts, IMs, etc.

1.3.2. Have a zero tolerance policy

1.3.3. Teach them to respect their devices

2. Sexting

2.1. When people take and send sexually revealing pictures of themselves or send sexually explicit messages via text.

3. Cyberbullying

3.1. Use of digital media tools to deliberately humiliate and/or harass others.

3.1.1. Examples: Harassing, impersonating someone, spreading rumors, forwarding embarrassing information about someone.

3.1.2. IM, phone texting, social networking sites

3.1.3. From school or home

3.1.4. Groups or individuals

3.2. Facts:

3.2.1. 20% of students claim to have been cyberbullied

3.2.2. 1 in 5 students admit to being the bully

3.2.3. 14-17 year-old experience the most bullying

4. Raising Media Smart Kids

4.1. Make Rules

4.2. Set Limits

4.3. Discuss Safety

4.4. Be a media critic

4.5. Join the fun

5. Resources

5.1. Parent Ed. Video

5.2. PPT Presentation

5.3. Discussion Guide

5.4. Tip Sheets

5.5. Communication Templates