Presented by: Albert Naputi Roy Leon Guerrero Shariakiha Tenorio Santus Bugamol Ronald Labrador
When a child, preteen, or teen is tormenting, threatening, harassing, humiliating, or embarrassing another child, preteen, or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.
Outing & Trickery
Has numerous online accounts
Is frequently on computer late at night
May become upset if computer access or other electronic device is denied
Student is reluctant to use the computer
Student may appear nervous, jumpy or anxious when receiving an email or text message
Shows unusual signs of anger or depression after using the computer
Teach students to never pass harmful or cruel messages either through email or text messages
Ask students to step up to friends who are cyberbullying and tell them to stop
Teach students to delete suspicious email messages without opening
Display posters in classrooms about the effects of cyberbullying
“ TAKE 5!”
Students should not retaliate, and become a bully also.
Block the bully!
Report the bullying to a trusted adult
Encourage students to report any bullying they know of