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An introductory presentation on Cyberbullying for parents of elementary school students.

An introductory presentation on Cyberbullying for parents of elementary school students.

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  • 1. The Digital Playground
  • 2. How do kids today communicate?
    • I.M
    • Cell phones
    • Blogs
    • Social Networks
  • 3. Who is supervising this digital playground?
    • Who is teaching students about responsibility online?
    • When do we start to teach these skills?
    • What role do parents play?
  • 4. The Talent Show <video> http://www.adcouncil.org/page_column.aspx?id=42#
  • 5. What we know…..……..
    • Cyberbullying is harmful to children, and it happens more often than we know.
    • Educators and parents must teach children Cybersafety from an early age so that they can safely interact with others online
    • Communications and conversations with your child/student is important in deterring and detecting cyberbullying.
  • 6. The Kitchen Table <video> http://www.adcouncil.org/page_column.aspx?id=42#
  • 7. 8 Forms of Cyberbullying
    • Flaming : Using inflammatory or vulgar words to provoke an online fight
    • Harassment : Continually sending vicious, mean, or disturbing e-mails to an individual
    • Denigration : Spreading rumors, lies or gossip to hurt a person’ s reputation
    • Impersonation : Posting offensive or aggressive messages under another person’ s name
  • 8. 8 Forms of Cyberbullying, cont.
    • Outing : Posting or sharing confidential or compromising information or images
    • Trickery : Fooling someone into sharing personal information which you then post online
    • Exclusion : Purposefully excluding someone from an online group
    • Cyberstalking : Ongoing harassment and denigration that causes a person considerable fear for his/her safety
  • 9. Action Items
    • Where is the computer in your home?
    • What sites do your children visit often?
    • Does your child have their own cell phone?
    • Who are your child’s friends online?
    • Do you talk about these things at home?
  • 10. Think Before You Post <video> http://tcs.cybertipline.com/psa/BulletinBoard_60.mov
  • 11. Parent Tools for Help to Combat Cyberbullying
    • WiredSafety
      • www. wiredsafety .org
      • www. stopcyberbullying .org/
    • Media Awareness Network
      • www.media-awareness.ca
    • Bully Online
      • www. bullyonline .org/related/cyber. htm
    More…
  • 12.
    • Internet Super Heroes
      • www. internetsuperheroes .org/cyberbullying/
    • NetSmartz Workshop Real Life Stories
      • www.netsmartz.org/resources/reallife.htm
    • National Crime Prevention Council - Cyberbullying
      • www.ncpc.org/parents/cyberbullying.php
    • iSafe
      • www.isafe.org
  • 13. What we know…..……..
    • Cyberbullying is harmful to children, and it happens more often than we know.
    • Educators and parents must teach children Cybersafety from an early age so that they can safely interact with others online
    • Communications and conversations with your child/student is important in deterring and detecting cyberbullying.