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Cyberbullying
HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship
Middle Schools
December, 2013

Day One
Objective... after viewing this course
Participants will have an understanding of
cyberbullying, including
the negative im...
Goals... participants will be able to
define cyberbullying
name 4 participants who might be involved in
cyberbullying
iden...
a definition ...

Cyberbullying
includes incidents when a person or group of people
are targeted by another using technolo...
Definitions: "dictionary.reference.com." Dictionary.com.Web. 10 Nov 2013.

incident:“an individual event.“ It is usually a...
Definitions: "dictionary.reference.com." Dictionary.com.Web. 10 Nov 2013.

harass:“to disturb persistently; torment; bothe...
a definition ...

Cyberbullying
includes incidents when a person or group of people
are targeted by another using technolo...
Key Vocabulary ...

UPSTAND
ER
Dig deeper... in a cyberbullying incident,
target: victim
an offender would bully a target

an upstander stands up to help...
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Report Cyberbullying
If you see it, hear about it,
or if it is happening to you
Tell a teacher
Tell an assistant principal...
Consequences for Cyberbullying

"The use of the Internet/Network is a
privilege, not a right, and inappropriate
use will r...
Consequences for Cyberbullying
"Be polite. Always use appropriate language.
Do not send abusive, obscene, inflammatory,
or...
Consequences of Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is a serious offense.
It is defined as "Disruptive Conduct, Level II."

Horry ...
Cyberbullying
HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship
Middle Schools
December, 2013

End of Day One
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HCS Digital Citizenship Course for Middle School PDL (Personalized Digital Learning) project: January 2013
Slide 10 originally contained a video from the following source: Ohio Commission DRCM, YouTube. Talent Show - CyberBullying Prevention Commercial. 2008. Video. YouTube. Web. 10 Nov 2013.

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  • Read the following:
    Ethical, safe and responsible digital behavior is the responsibility of anyone online. That means students, teachers, parents - everyone!
    You will be entrusted with a technological device in January. That device is an iPad. The Horry County Acceptable Use policy pertains to how YOU use that device. Eight courses or modules have been created to help YOU learn and practice smart online behavior and make good decisions.
    You will be tested on this content after you receive your iPad.
    We will begin the first module, Cyberbullying, today.
  • Read the following:
    Objective...after viewing this course
    participants will have an understanding of cyberbullying, including
    the negative impact
    consequences of being a cyberbully
    strategies for not becoming a cyberbully
  • READ the following:
    Goals ---participants will be able to
    define cyberbullying
    name 4 participants who might be involved in cyberbullying
    identify at least 3 examples of cyberbullyig
    identify strategies to not participate tin cyberbullying
  • Read the definition slowly, aloud for the students from the text on the slide.
    What do the underlined words mean? How do these words impact the definition of cyberbullying?
    No discussion...
    Continue to the next slides which contain definitions.
  • Read the words and definitions on the slide.
    Pause 10 seconds between each definition
    Continue to next slide
  • Read the words and definitions on the slide.
    Pause 10 seconds between each definition
    Continue to next slide
  • Read the definition again as follows:
    Cyberbullying includes incidents {events} when a person or group of people are targeted {attacked} by another using technological devices {hand-held devices or computers} for the purpose of harassment {pestering, tormenting}, humiliation {causing pain}, embarrassment {confusion, shame, difficulties} and torment {great worry and suffering}.
    Cyberbullying can involve threats. If so, those threats carry the same disciplinary consequences as verbal or physical threats.
    Any questions before we proceed?
  • Read the following:
    These are all participants within a cyberbullying event. Let’s read the words out loud, together:
    bystander, target, offender and upstander
    I am going to read definitions for these participants
    “Thumbs Up” as we match the definition to the participant
    1. “a person who is being cyberbullied” {answer - target}
    2. “a person who intends to hurt or damage someone online” {answer - offender}
    3. “a person who supports and stands up for someone who is being cyberbullied” {answer - upstander}
    4. “a person who does nothing when they witness someone involved with cyberbulling” {answer - bystander}
  • Read the following:
    a TARGET is a victim
    the OFFENDER bullies the target
    an UPSTANDER helps the target
    The BYSTANDER is passive, stands by, ignores the situation, may feel intimidated by interferring
  • Video: Talent Show - 58 seconds
    Read the following:
    Ask the students the following questions: (short discussion for #5 & 6)
    Who was the offender? {girl giving the speech}
    Who was the target? {Patty}
    Who was the bystander? {audience, other students}
    Who was the upstander? {no one}
    Are words any less hurtful if you read about them rather than someone saying it to your face?
    Why do you think people post things online they would never say in person?
  • Read the following:
    Have you ever been in a situation where one small act, one word sets off a chain reaction and has a huge impact?
    Escalate: to worsen or make more severe.
  • Read the following:
    Once a situation is full of emotion it takes energy, discussion, intervention to de-escalate: to limit or reduce the harm.
  • Read the following:
    What could this student be doing as an OFFENDER?
  • Read the following:
    Are all of these students offenders? {why or why not: discussion}
    If only one student is the offender, what is the role of the other students? {answer: bystander?}
  • Read the following:
    What are some emotions or feelings that this “target” might be feeling?
    (hopelessness, anger, hurt, puzzlement, sadness, depression, ...)
  • Read the following:
    What do the offenders in these pictures have in common?
    (technology - device, support from bystanders,...)
  • Read the following:
    Is it easy to be an Upstander?
  • “That’s a little harsh. Don’t you think?”
  • Pause to look at the slide
  • Pause to look at the slide
    READ: comments in word bubbles
  • Read the following:
    What are some strategies to “de-escalate” a cyberbullying situation?
    READ: words in word bubble
  • READ: “I’m going to the principal with you tomorrow. They need to leave you alone. Don’t be afraid.”
  • Read the following:
    Report cyberbullying
    if you see it
    hear about it
    or if it is happening to you...
    tell a teacher, assistant principal, the principal or trusted adult
  • Read the following:
    The Horry County School Policy Manual, page 126, states:
    “The use of the internet/network is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in cancellation of Internet/Network privileges”
  • Read the following:
    "Be polite. Always use appropriate language. Do not send abusive, obscene, inflammatory, or threatening messages to others. Profanity, vulgarities, harassing, and other inappropriate language are prohibited."
  • Read the following:
    Cyberbullying is a serious offense.
    It is defined as "Disruptive Conduct, Level II." as follows in the Horry County School Policy Manual, pages 103 - 104 -
    "Harassment, intimidation, or bullying (includes cyberbullying)...perceived to have the effect of harming a student physically or emotionally or damaging a student’s property, or placing a student in reasonable fear of personal harm or property damage and/or...that insults or demeans a student or group of students ....."
  • Read the following:
    Take some time to think about those involved in a bullying situation: the target, bully, bystander, upstander. Who would you want to be? Have you been in situations that have escalated? Have you helped de-escalate a situation?
    If you find yourself in a bullying incident: stop - breathe - think before you act.
  • Transcript of "Digital citizenship cyberbullying day one dec 2013"

    1. 1. Cyberbullying HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 Day One
    2. 2. Objective... after viewing this course Participants will have an understanding of cyberbullying, including the negative impact consequences of being a cyberbully strategies for not becoming a cyberbully
    3. 3. Goals... participants will be able to define cyberbullying name 4 participants who might be involved in cyberbullying identify at least 3 examples of cyberbullying identify strategies to not participate in cyberbullying
    4. 4. a definition ... Cyberbullying includes incidents when a person or group of people are targeted by another using technological devices for the purpose of harassment, humiliation, embarrassment and torment. Cyberbullying can involve threats. If so, those threats carry the same disciplinary consequences as verbal or physical threats.
    5. 5. Definitions: "dictionary.reference.com." Dictionary.com.Web. 10 Nov 2013. incident:“an individual event.“ It is usually a negative event and done on purpose. targeted: “to make a target of (an object, person...) for attack... ” technological device: hand held device or a computer
    6. 6. Definitions: "dictionary.reference.com." Dictionary.com.Web. 10 Nov 2013. harass:“to disturb persistently; torment; bother continually; pester; persecute...to trouble by repeated attacks.“ humiliate: “cause (a person) a painful loss of pride, self-respect, or dignity.” embarrass: “to cause confusion & shame to; make uncomfortably self-conscious...to make difficult...to complicate...to put difficulties in the way of.” torment: “to afflict with great bodily or mental suffering; pain...to worry or annoy excessively...to stir-up; disturb.”
    7. 7. a definition ... Cyberbullying includes incidents when a person or group of people are targeted by another using technological devices for the purpose of harassment, humiliation, embarrassment and torment. Cyberbullying can involve threats. If so, those threats carry the same disciplinary consequences as verbal or physical threats.
    8. 8. Key Vocabulary ... UPSTAND ER
    9. 9. Dig deeper... in a cyberbullying incident, target: victim an offender would bully a target an upstander stands up to help a target a bystander stands by and ignores the situation
    10. 10. Ohio Commission DRCM, YouTube. Talent Show - CyberBullying Prevention Commercial. 2008. Video. YouTube. Web. 10 Nov 2013. < http://youtu.be/bdQBurXQOeQ>
    11. 11. Staged picture:student actors
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    21. 21. Report Cyberbullying If you see it, hear about it, or if it is happening to you Tell a teacher Tell an assistant principal Tell the principal Tell a trusted adult
    22. 22. Consequences for Cyberbullying "The use of the Internet/Network is a privilege, not a right, and inappropriate use will result in cancellation of Internet/Network privileges......" Horry County School Policy Manual, p. 126
    23. 23. Consequences for Cyberbullying "Be polite. Always use appropriate language. Do not send abusive, obscene, inflammatory, or threatening messages to others. Profanity, vulgarities, harassing, and other inappropriate language are prohibited." Horry County School Policy Manual, p. 126
    24. 24. Consequences of Cyberbullying Cyberbullying is a serious offense. It is defined as "Disruptive Conduct, Level II." Horry County School Policy Manual, p. 103-104
    25. 25. Cyberbullying HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 End of Day One

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