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  • 1. Fifth Grade Cyber Bullying Bystander Cartoons
    ODS 2009
  • 2. Students in fifth grade discussed how adolescents think and behave differently in groups than as individuals. They brainstormed ways that bystanders make situations worse and better. Students created cartoons showing how bystanders can help stop cyber bullying.
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