Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying by Mind Map: Cyberbullying

1. There are reported cases of cyberbullying involving email, VLE's, chat rooms, websites, social networking, mobile and land line, digital cameras, games and virtual world sites.

2. Preventing Cyber Bullying

2.1. Newsround childrens report

2.2. Whole school/ community approach

2.3. Explaining and discussing with children what cyber bullying is

2.4. Policies and Practises

2.5. Promoting positive use of technology

2.6. Bebo to introduce new panic button?

3. Teachers

3.1. Cyberbullying teachers

3.1.1. Can cause tachers to leave.

3.2. http://publications.teachernet.gov.uk/eOrderingDownload/cyberbullying-staff.pdf

3.3. 14 year old boy arrested after 'blackmailing' headmistress

3.4. http://www.ratemyteachers.com/

3.5. “I rang a parent with my mobile over a normal school matter. My mobile number was passed around and got into the hands of some teenagers who sent abusive messages.”

4. Cyberbullying cases

4.1. Sister of cyber bullying victims speaks about her sisters death

4.2. Star wars Kid

4.2.1. Wikipedia page on him

4.3. Suicide teen

4.3.1. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8127533.stm

5. Kent Grid for Learning

5.1. Define Cyber-bullying as: bullying by electronic contact – via text message, email, or instant messaging

5.2. http://www.kenttrustweb.org.uk/kcn/e-safety_cyberbullying.cfm

6. East Sussex

6.1. http://www.lgfl.net/lgfl/sections/safety/esafety/documents/cyber.pdf

7. Stats

7.1. http://teachersupport.info/news/in-the-press/Cyberbullies-in-the-news.php

7.2. One in three children have experiences Cyberbullying

7.3. Cyberbullying the most common form of bullying according to recent STATS

7.4. Cyberbullying effects more girls than boys.

7.5. Studys show that victims tend to have lower GCSE scores

8. Forms of cyberbulling (Direct Gov)

8.1. Email

8.2. Instant Messaging

8.3. Chat rooms

8.4. Social Networking sites

8.4.1. Facebook

8.4.2. Bebo

8.4.3. My Space

8.4.4. Twitter

8.5. Mobile Phones

8.6. Interactive Gaming

8.7. Sending Viruses

8.8. Abusing Personal Inforamtion

9. The Law

9.1. • The Protection from Harassment Act 1997 • The Malicious Communications Act 1988, • Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 • Public Order Act 1986 • The Defamation Acts of 1952 and 1996

10. Teachernet

10.1. Provide Information and resources relating to cyberbulling

11. Anti - bullying capaigns

11.1. TV advert conscided to shocking and banned

12. Definitions of Cyberbullying

12.1. Cyberbulling may consist of threats, harrassment, embarrassment, humliation, defamation or impersonation. Cyberbulling may take the form of general insult or prejudiced based bulliying for example homophobic, sexist racist, or other forms of discrimination.

12.2. Defintion of Cyberbullying

13. Pupils

13.1. Effects of cyberbullying

13.1.1. commited sucide

13.1.2. mental health

13.1.3. self harming

13.1.4. food related problems

13.1.5. psychological effects for family memebers

14. Cyberbulling.org

14.1. http://www.cyberbullying.org/

15. Resources

15.1. Anti cyber bullying week. Assembly on cyber bullying

15.2. PSHE

15.3. SEAL topics

15.3.1. 'Getting on and falling out'

15.4. http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/

15.5. Bully proof your child

15.6. Resources to help kids

16. BBC - Link to an article

16.1. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8359780.stm

17. New node

18. STOP Cyber bullying

18.1. http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/index2.html