Cyberbullying A13. sending or posting harmful or cruel information about someone online
Cyberbullying 14. What are examples of cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying A14. sending cruel messages online, flaming (harrassing) someone online, impersonating someone online, tricking people into revealing personal information
Cyberbullying 15. What should you do if you suspect a child in your class is being bullied online?
Cyberbullying A15. Save any evidence you have and try to identify the cyberbully. Contact a guidance counselor or administrator.
Cyberbullying 16. What could be said to help a student understand why cyberbullying is wrong?
Cyberbullying A16. What would happen if your actions were on the front page of the newspaper? How would you feel if someone did this to you? What would you parents say? Would it be OK if you did this in real life?
Cyberbullying 17. Why is it easier to be a cyberbully than just a bully?
Cyberbullying A17. It's easier to say things on line than it would be face to face because you don't have to see the hurt you are causing.
Cyberbullying 18. Which of these tips could help your students think before they bully?
Cyberbullying A18. Take 5- close the computer and walk away for 5 minutes before you respond