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Cyberbullying does NOT happen because of Technology. …

Cyberbullying does NOT happen because of Technology.

Cyberbullying violates ethical principles of personal integrity, compassion, and responsible behavior.

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  • Bully
  • Victim
  • Bystander
  • 1.Protect your privacy, and respect the privacy of others: don’t give out your personal information and avoid spreading rumours or posting any information or photo on the Web without first obtaining permission from the person who provided it. 2.Respect people’s virtual space: don’t go digging through someone’s files or computer. 3 Stay true to yourself: do not send anonymous personal messages. 4.Stay true to your values in cyberspace: never write something that you wouldn’t say to someone’s face. Before you decide to send someone an aggressive message, sleep on it. 5.Don’t behave like a troll (someone who posts controversial messages in an online discussion with the intention of baiting other users and pitting them against each other)
  • If you witness bullying online:* Stand up to the perpetrator: speak out every time that friends cyberbully someone and every time you witness aggressive behaviour against a person online. Criticism from friends usually carries more weight than when it comes from parents.* Don’t be a doormat! If someone asks you to spread an offending message, photo or video about someone, refuse to do it!
  • If you are the target of cyberbullying, use the four-step STOP process: 8. STOP - immediately leave the online environment or activity where bullying is going on (chat room, forum, game, instant messenger, etc.). 9. BLOCK e-mails or instant messages received from the perpetrator. NEVER RESPOND. 10. RECORD all harassing messages and send them to your Internet provider (Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.). Most providers have policies about users harassing people on their server. 11. TALK about it to a trusted adult; alert the police when bullying involves physical threats.
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    • 1. Cyberbullying
      Schools and Parents Working Together to Raise Good Digital Citizens.
      Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ Langwitches.org
    • 2. Bullying: Age Old Problem
    • 3. Bully
      Yesterday…
    • 4. Today…
    • 5. Victim
    • 6. Bystander
    • 7. "Cyberbullyinginvolves
      the use of information
      and communication
      technologies to support
      deliberate, repeated, and
      hostile behavior by an
      individual or group,
      that is intended to harm
      others.”
      Cyberbullying.org
    • 8.
    • 9. http://www.safetyweb.com
    • 10. http://www.safetyweb.com
    • 11. Cyberbullyingdoes NOT happen because of Technology.
      Cyberbullying violates ethical principles of personal integrity, compassion, and responsible behavior.
    • 12. “Leave it to Beaver” Days are Gone
    • 13. “Words will Never Hurt Me” Lecture
    • 14. Mama (or Daddy) Drama
    • 15. Don’t Overreact!
    • 16. Document
    • 17. Don’t Ban Access Immediately
    • 18. Make Sure Your Child Feels Safe
    • 19.
    • 20. Talent Show PSA
    • 21. Kitchen Table PSA
    • 22. Never use a computer to harm ANYONE!
    • 23. Think before you Click.Be proud of everything.Are You Sure?Think…
    • 24. Cyberbully Crash Course
    • 25.
    • 26. Take Action
      http://www.media-awareness.ca/
    • 27. If you witness bullying online…
      …Stand up
      …Don’t be a Doormat
      http://www.media-awareness.ca/
    • 28. If you are the target of cyberbullying, use the four-step STOP process:
      RECORD
      BLOCK
      TALK
      STOP
      http://www.media-awareness.ca/
    • 29.
    • 30.
    • 31.
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34.
    • 35. PSA- MJGDS
    • 36. Parent Education
    • 37. Resources
      http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/
      http://www.safetyweb.com/
      http://www.wiredsafety.org/
    • 38. Image Credit
      Grandmother by jamelah
      Cell Phone by SheepGuardingLlama
      Sticks and Stones by Alsokaizenhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/alsokaizen/3549774585/
      Hyperventilate by Mia Ganthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/miagant/5203615510/
      Facebook avatars by Yoshi Aka
      Boy Standing Up by Lisa Kong
    • 39. Cyberbullying
      Schools and Parents Working Together to Raise Good Digital Citizens.
      Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ Langwitches.org