This is an article on six different cases of cyberbullying. It explains what happened to the people when they were cyber bullied and what happened afterwards. The real life examples bring more inspiration and insight for how some of them ended up.
Cyber Bullying... it's real, and it's harsh. This article by the NY Times provides several real life stories and facts about cyber bullying, and how schools have little training on the issue. The problem is, not all of the states have laws against cyber bullying. Words really do hurt.
6 Effective Ways To Prevent Cyber Bullying For Kids & Teens: The effects of cyber bullying are just as serious as that of bullying done in person. Often, a victim of cyber bullying may not present the ‘symptoms’ as those experienced in general bullying, which makes it difficult for parents to understand if their kid is really a victim.Here are some basics you need to know about what is cyber bullying for kids and some symptoms that may help you detect if your child is being bullied.
Netiquette Rules: Never Share Personal Information One of the most important things kids should know about using the Internet is to never reveal personal information online. Netiquette Rules : Think Before You Post Children often get in the most trouble when they speak before they really think about it, just like when they are face-to-face with their friends.
Bullying is one of the worst but most common things that are taking place within society today. When people think of bullying, they think of a five year old being picked on by a twelve year old. But, the fact is, bullying is much more than that. Discover our guide to getting a Bullying Assembly!
Cyber bullying activities are so important to have on hand because our kids need to know so much about this topic, and honestly, I feel like I am learning right alongside my students! So this article is packed with tons of details about what it’s like to be cyber bullied, how to help someone who is cyber bullied, and so many ideas for how to talk about cyber bullying with kids and students. SO IMPORTANT. Bonus: There is a free download of a checklist of free resources to use to springboard…