Leigh Volpi EDT 279
 Cyber bullying uses technology to harass, threaten, embarrass or  target another person. It is most common in young peo...
 Some cyber bullying can be easy to depict:  such as; someone might be shown a text,  message or tweet that is hurtful S...
 Direct Attacks: These would be done in the form  of instant messaging, text messaging, stealing  passwords, blogs, websi...
 Those who are cyber bullied are at greater risk of  anxiety, depression and other stress related  disorders- some have t...
 Many of those who are cyber bullied are scared to tell an  adult because they are ashamed of the social stereotype  or t...
 If your child is the cyber bully, talk to them  about what they are doing and the negative  effect it has on others Let...
 Many schools have a protocol against  bullying and it will be dealt with immediately However, some schools can be sued ...
 There were many children committing suicides  because they werent being accepted based off of  their sexual orientation...
 Kids Health-Cyber-Bullying Wired Kid-Stop Cyber Bullying Brain Pop- Cyber Bullying It Gets Better
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  • Parents often have a crucial role in recognizing and resolving the problem, whether their child is being bullied or is the one doing the bullying. However, one of the most important things as a parent can do is talk and listen to your child and need to lead a good examples and be a role model. Spend time with your kids to help them develop empathy toward others.As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. #SafekidZone, Check it here: http://bit.ly/ZjYchC
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Cyber bullying project

  1. 1. Leigh Volpi EDT 279
  2. 2.  Cyber bullying uses technology to harass, threaten, embarrass or target another person. It is most common in young people 1 in 2 teens and 1 in 6 preteens have been affected by cyber bullying Many times cyber bullies don’t know they are being mean, they think it might be a harmless joke  You shouldn’t say or send anything rude that you wouldn’t say in person.
  3. 3.  Some cyber bullying can be easy to depict: such as; someone might be shown a text, message or tweet that is hurtful Some are less obvious than that such as; posting personalinformation, pictures orvideos to hurt or embarrasssomeone
  4. 4.  Direct Attacks: These would be done in the form of instant messaging, text messaging, stealing passwords, blogs, websites, sending pictures, internet polling or interactive gaming Cyber bullying by proxy: In this situation, the cyber bully gets someone else to do their work for them  Many times the person doesn’t know they are being used for cyber bullying  This is the most dangerous form because adults can get involved in the harassment without knowing they are working with a kid  The most common way this is done is by the cyber bully getting a hold of the victims account and sending something out to everyone.
  5. 5.  Those who are cyber bullied are at greater risk of anxiety, depression and other stress related disorders- some have turned into suicide or suicide attempts Signs:  Emotional distress during or after using the internet or phone  Being productive or secretive with their digital life  Withdrawal from friends and activities  Avoidance of school or group gatherings  Slipping grades and “acting out” in anger at home  Changes in mood, behavior, sleep or appetite
  6. 6.  Many of those who are cyber bullied are scared to tell an adult because they are ashamed of the social stereotype or they might fear losing their computer privileges Talk with your child if you find out they are being bullied Bring up any past experiences youmight have so they know they aren’t alone Block the bully from the studentsfriends Limit access to technology Know your kids online world Look to the web for help
  7. 7.  If your child is the cyber bully, talk to them about what they are doing and the negative effect it has on others Let them know that any form of bullying is unacceptable Talk to teachers and guidance counselors to help identify what might cause their student to bully someone
  8. 8.  Many schools have a protocol against bullying and it will be dealt with immediately However, some schools can be sued if they overstep any boundaries It is important to be aware of the incidence and know everything that has happened before taking any extreme actions.
  9. 9.  There were many children committing suicides because they werent being accepted based off of their sexual orientation This organization was created show the young LGBT people the levels of happiness and positivity their lives will reach They are not aloneand it WILL get better After Dan Savage createda YouTube video to inspire youngpeople who were experiencing
  10. 10.  Kids Health-Cyber-Bullying Wired Kid-Stop Cyber Bullying Brain Pop- Cyber Bullying It Gets Better
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