Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying is the practice of electronic harassment that can occur through a computer or phone. Almost half of the schools in the State have reported at least one instance of cyberbullying, and 52 percent of kids surveyed said they did not tell a parent when they were cyberbullied. 

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  1. InCtrl: Stand Up...Be InCtrl! Lesson PlanIn this lesson, students will explore maintaining online boundaries and discover what it means to be an “upstander.” Using creative methods to share the message and inspire others in meaningful and positive ways, students will become ambassadors for positive change! 
  2. BrainPOP: No Bully Zone Lesson Plan: Responding to and Preventing Bullying: In this Preventing Bullying lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-8, students use BrainPOP Jr. and/or BrainPOP resources to define bullying (and/or cyberbullying) and explain its effects. Students then create a flyer demonstrating how to prevent and respond appropriately to bullying and/or cyberbullying.
  3. Common Sense Education: How do you judge the intentions and impact of people's words and actions online?: In this lesson students will reflect on what it means to be brave and stand up for others offline and online; learn to show empathy for those who have been cyberbullied and generate multiple solutions for helping others when cyberbullying occurs.
  4. National Education Association
  5. National Bullying Prevention Center 
  6. Teaching Tolerance: Anti-Bullying Resources
  7. SAFEKIDS.com: Bullying and Cyberbullying Resources
 
 
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