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HCS Digital Citizenship course for Middle School PDL (Personalized Digital Learning). Cyberbullying, Day 2

HCS Digital Citizenship course for Middle School PDL (Personalized Digital Learning). Cyberbullying, Day 2

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  • READ the following: <br /> Today is part two of the cyberbullying course. <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> The goals for today are: <br /> participants will be able to <br /> recall 4 key words related to cyberbullying <br /> identify at least 3 examples of cyberbullying <br /> identify strategies to not participate in cyberbullying <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> On day one of cyberbullying, we learned 4 words that describe possible participants in a bullying or cyberbullying situation. <br /> Who can be involved in a cyberbullying situation? {offender, upstander, target, bystander} <br /> Answer the following questions: <br /> Who would be the: <br /> 1. bystander <br /> 2. offender <br /> 3. target <br /> 4. upstander <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> target: victim <br /> an offender would bully a target <br /> an upstander stands up to help a target <br /> a bystander stands by and ignores the situation <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> The setting: the internet <br /> Discussion: has this happened to you? have you initiated this behavior as a joke? as a put down? <br /> As you watch Ricardo’s Story, can you identify a target? offender? bystander? upstander? <br />
  • READ: <br /> Is Ricardo: offender, target, bystander, upstander? Why or why not? <br /> short discussion with students <br /> What does Ricardo mean when he says that information “gets around pretty quick?” <br /> short discussion with students <br /> Why does Ricardo think kids do or say things on the internet that they would not do or say in person? <br /> short discussion with students <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Watch the video: Stacey’s Story- 2.44 minutes <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Discussion: has this happened to you? have you initiated this behavior as a joke? as a put down? <br />
  • Discussion: <br /> How can you deal with cyberbullying? <br /> How do events that happen outside of school impact the school day? <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> The students in this video are discussing digital drama, <br /> Gossip queens ~ gossip ~ boys ~ girls~comments~decisions <br />
  • Play video: Discussing Digital Drama: 3.35 minutes <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Forms of cyberbullying: <br /> Posting humiliating pictures/photos including altering a photo to appear to represent something that truly did not happen <br /> cell phone pranks: posting cell phone numbers without authority <br /> cyberstalking: following a person’s online activity; sending unwanted messages <br /> exclusion: block others from social network sites or instant messaging <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> impersonation: pretending to be someone else, creating fake pages representing another person; stealing a password and invading another’s privacy <br /> online slam books: posting unkind remarks in a digital book or message and passing on to others before sending to the target <br /> Text wars: target is bombarded with hundreds of abusive text messages <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Tell a trusted adult immediately <br /> parent can contact <br /> cell phone company <br /> social networking site <br /> internet service provider <br /> to trace calls, texts, or messages and help block those messages <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Block the bully <br /> change privacy settings on your social networking site <br /> save the evidence <br /> forward to “adult” for assistance <br /> screen shot of bullying comments or picture <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Resist the urge to retaliate <br /> the bully wants YOU to respond <br /> responding makes YOU a bully or a part of the process <br /> responding gives the bully POWER <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Pause <br /> before “sending” <br /> Stop <br /> Think <br /> how will your words or pictures impact another person’s feelings? <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Become an “upstander” <br /> do not forward inappropriate words or pictures <br /> tell the bully his/her actions are cruel <br /> report the cyberbullying <br /> be a friend to the “target” <br />
  • Read the following: <br /> Consequences: <br /> school consequences <br /> legal consequences <br /> mental, emotional, physical health of those involved in the cyberbullying <br />
  • READ the following: <br /> This concludes the first unit in the Horry County Schools digital citizenship course. <br /> Be respectful <br /> Be smart <br /> Be kind <br /> Practice good digital citizenship <br /> An assessment for this course will be available in January when you have your iPads. <br />

Digital citizenship cyberbullying day two Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Cyberbullying HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 Day Two
  • 2. Goals... participants will be able to recall 4 key words related to cyberbullying identify at least 3 examples of cyberbullying identify strategies to not participate in cyberbullying
  • 3. REVIEW... possible participants - cyberbullying incident, ______: victim an ______ would bully a target an _______ stands up to help a target a ______ stands by and ignores the situation
  • 4. Review... 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
  • 5. Video: Ricardo’s Story, making fun of others 2.28 minutes - how would you feel? As you watch Ricardo’s Story, can you identify a target? offender? bystander? upstander?
  • 6. Ricardo’s Story - making fun of others. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_egO-JzADk
  • 7. Discussion: Ricardo Is Ricardo: offender, target, bystander, upstander? What does Ricardo mean when he says that information “gets around pretty quick?” Why does Ricardo think kids do or say things on the internet that they would not do or say in person?
  • 8. Video: Stacey’s Story, Stacey’s Story, when rumors escalate when rumors escalate 2.44 minutes 2.44 minutes how would you feel? -- how would you feel?
  • 9. Stacey’s Story - When Rumors Escalate. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4ugP_eQUR8
  • 10. Discussion How can you deal with cyberbullying? How do events that happen outside of school impact the school day?
  • 11. Video: Discussing Digital Drama Discussing Digital Drama 3.35 minutes 3.35 minutes
  • 12. Discussing digital drama. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs6b5lVmNiY
  • 13. Forms of cyberbullying • Posting humiliating pictures/photos • cell phone pranks • cyberstalking • exclusion
  • 14. Forms of cyberbullying • impersonation • online slam books • text wars
  • 15. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Tell a trusted adult immediately Parent can contact • • • cell phone company social networking site internet service provider {to trace calls, texts, or messages and help block those messages}
  • 16. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Block the bully • change privacy settings on your social networking site • save the evidence • forward to “adult” for assistance • screen shot of bullying comments or picture
  • 17. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Resist the urge to retaliate • the bully wants YOU to respond • responding makes YOU a bully or a part of the process • responding gives the bully POWER
  • 18. Do Not Be the Bully! Pause • before “sending” • Stop • Think • how will your words or pictures impact another person’s feelings?
  • 19. Do Not Be the Bully! Become an “upstander” • do not forward inappropriate words or pictures • tell the bully his/her actions are cruel • report the cyberbullying • be a friend to the “target”
  • 20. Do Not Be the Bully! Consequences: • school consequences • legal consequences • mental, emotional, physical health of those involved in the cyberbullying
  • 21. Cyberbullying Be respectful Be smart Be kind Practice good digital citizenship HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 Conclusion