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6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
6 mm cyberbullying
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6 mm cyberbullying

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  • 1. Victoria County Community Access Program Society Cyber bullying
  • 2. What is Cyber Bullying? "Cyber bullying" is when a child or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarra ssed or otherwise targeted by another child or teen using the Internet, interactive or digital technologies or cell phones. It has to have a minor on both sides, or at least have been instigated by a minor against another minor. When adults become involved it is classified as something different. http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/what_is_cyberbullying_exactly.html
  • 3. Cyber bullies often also become victims of cyber bullying. People frequently change roles when it comes to cyber bullying. It can only be limited by a child’s imagination or their access to cyber technology.
  • 4. Direct Attacks… Instant Messaging Text Messaging Blogs Websites Emailing Pictures Stealing Passwords Internet Polling- Hot or Not! Hacking or sending spyware
  • 5. Teen Bullying Prevention Don't Just Stand There! Do Something! Watch this video of Ryan's dad. Ryan killed himself because of being bullied. Video was not exported from SlideRocket 5
  • 6. Bullying "By Proxy"… Someone else does the dirty work for the main cyber bully. Bullies may hack into the victim’s account or steal their password. They may set up a new account pretending to be the victim. Friends get angry with the victim. This form of cyber bullying is very dangerous because many people are involved, not just the bully and the victim.
  • 7. Why do children and teenagers Cyber Bully? Anger Frustration Revenge Entertainment To get Laughs or Reactions Power Hungry Because all motives for bullying are different so are the solutions and responses.
  • 8. Who Does This Affect? As hinted at previously, Cyber Bullying only impacts children. Children of all ages can be victims of cyber bullying, Young children, Preteens and Teenagers. Once adults get involved with Cyber Bullying it becomes Cyber Stalking or Cyber Harassment.
  • 9. Consequences of Cyber Bullying Anxiety Depression Stress Related Disorders Suicide Withdrawal from Friends and Activities Changes in mood, behaviour and appetite Emotional Distress during and after using technology http://kidshealth.org/parent/positive/talk/cyberbullying.html#
  • 10. Bullying Video was not exported from SlideRocket
  • 11. Show What You Know Now it's time to show what you learned in this Internet Safety Topic You CAN come back and view any of the videos and resources in this presentation while you complete the quiz! IMPORTANT Click on the link below to download and save the test. Cyber Bullying Quiz SAVE AS - (save to your 6th Grade Multimedia Folder) File name: Your Last Name _ Cyber Bully Quiz 11
  • 12. This presentation has been produced by Shannon MacFadyen through Victoria County Community Access Program’s Summer Youth Initiative (CAP YI), a part of Canada’s Youth Employment Strategy

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