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    • CYBER-BULLYING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
      Author: Microsoft
      Presented by Melissa Joinville
    • WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO KNOW ABOUT CYBER-BULLYING?
      “In recent years, technology has given children and youth a new means of bullying each other” (Cyberbullying).
    • WHAT IS IT?
      Cyber-bullying involves posting and sending items that are hurtful to others by the use of electronic devices (Beale & Hall).
      Author: Microsoft
      Author: Microsoft
    • HOW DOES IT TAKE PLACE?
      e-mail
      instant messaging
      chat rooms
      text messaging
      websites
      blogs
    • HOW IS IT DIFFERENT THAN TRADITIONAL BULLYING?
      anonymous bullies
      occurs anywhere
      cyberspace involved
    • EXAMPLES?
      A student sitting in class threatens another student through an e-mail, text message, or instant message.
      A group of friends post hateful statements about someone on a website.
    • RECENT STATISTICS?
      About 1 or 2 out of every 5 students have been victims (Stover).
    • IMPACT ON K-12 STUDENTS?
      psychological harm
      poor school attendance
      declining academic performance
      sadness/depression
      intimidation/fear
      Author: Microsoft
    • IMPACT ON K-12 EDUCATION?
      use of technology
      unsafe learning environment
      distracted students
    • WHAT IS BEING DONE IN SCHOOLS TO PREVENT CYBER-BULLYING?
      updated anti-bullying policies
      monitored school computers
      focus groups
      cyber-bullying lessons
      local police department speakers
      signed permission slips
      Author: Microsoft
      Author: Microsoft
    • WHAT LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS ARE BEING MADE?
      forty-five states involved
      legislation prohibiting electronic bullying
      Author: Microsoft
    • REMEMBER THAT CYBER-BULLYING…
      …is a current educational issue
      …needs action now
      Author: Microsoft
    • ANY QUESTIONS?
    • REFERENCES
      Beale, A. V., & Hall, K. R. (2007). Cyberbullying: what school administrators (and parents) can do. Clearing House, 81.1, 8-12.
      Cyberbullying. (2006). Retrieved from http://stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/adults/ cyber-bullying.aspx
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      Stover, D. (2006). Treating cyberbullying as a school violence issue. The Education Digest, 72.4, 40-42.