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  • 1. Cyber-Bullying on School Grounds Created By: Catheryn Bueche
  • 2. Introduction  Cyber bullying is a large problem in schools across the United States.  Students lives are affected each day.
  • 3. Introduction  Parents and teachers often overlook cyber-bullying.  Adult figures need to be aware of what technologies children are using.  Without the help of adults this izzymunchted problem will never end.
  • 4. Background Information  Students are being harassed and bullied through different technologies.  Bullying is occurring both inside and outside of the classroom.
  • 5. Background Information Internet bullying occurs through instant messaging, email, websites, mobile phones and social networking sites. Abusive text messages have also been known to impact a students life.
  • 6. Background Information  Laws against cyber-bullying are not always clear.  Educators need to know when to step in and stop bullying.  There must be repercussions for harassing students.
  • 7. Impact of Cyber-Bullying Cyber-Bullying can happen to many different age groups.  Some students are bullied constantly throughout their entire school experience.
  • 8. Impact of Cyber-Bullying Cyber- bullying causes depression that could lead to suicide jessica mullen
  • 9. Preventative Measures Cyber-Bullying cannot be handled the way it has been in the past Adults need to be aware that this abuse in a serious issue.
  • 10. Preventative Measures  More ways have been developed for parents to talk to their children about cyber-bullying.  Teachers have the privilege of attending classes and workshops about this serious matter.  In the future, law enforcement hopes to have clear laws preventing this behavior.
  • 11. Preventative Measures  Schools need to be serious about eliminating bulling.  Keeping students busy will help reduce cyber-bullying.  Creating a trusting environment will help students to talk about their problems. jdanvers
  • 12. Conclusion Are you doing everything in you power to keep cyber-bullying at a minimum? Communication and awareness are key to keeping harassment off of school grounds.
  • 13. References  Hinduja, S., & Patchin, J.W. (2009). Cyberbllying research center. Retrieved from  Sutton, S. (2009). School solutions for cyber bullying. Principal Leadership (Middle School Ed.), 9(6), Retrieved from 53106-g7716jdn- fon2w2:entitypagenum=3:0:rule=100:fetchtype=fulltext:dbname=WilsonSelectPlus_FT:recno=7:resultset=1:ft format=HTML:format=BI:isbillable=TRUE:numrecs=1:isdirectarticle=FALSE:entityemailfullrecno=7:entityema ilfullresultset=1:entityemailftfrom=WilsonSelectPlus_FT:  Whitaker, J.L. (2009). Online dangers: keeping children and adolescents safe. Washington and Lee Law Review , 66(3), Retrieved from http://0- gr8t57:entitypagenum=5:0:rule=100:fetchtype=fulltext:dbname=WilsonSelectPlus_FT:recno=1:resultset=2:ftf ormat=HTML:format=BI:isbillable=TRUE:numrecs=1:isdirectarticle=FALSE:entityemailfullrecno=1:entityemai lfullresultset=2:entityemailftfrom=WilsonSelectPlus_FT:
  • 14. Image References Title :_DSC0070 Author: jdanvers Source: Title: Create the Future PD Qatar Academy Author: Julie Lindsay Source: Title: Serene Computer Lab at Seward Montessori School Author: Izzymunchted Source: Title: Working on meeting recap post in computer lab Author: jessica mullen Source: