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Materials and resources parents

  1. 1. NEW MEDIALITERACY SKILLS Graphic Organizer Created By: Amber Burkholder
  2. 2. Please use the post-its at your table to participate in the Kagan© structure titled Jot Thoughts. You will jot down an idea of how to prevent cyberbullying on each post it. The goal of the activity is to fillup the table. We will then share our favorite ideas with our groups when the timer goes off. This will help to activate prior knowledge and hopefully you will make some connections to the instruction of cyberbullying prevention. Materials Needed:  Post it notes  Pens/pencils  Timer
  3. 3. Prevention-Cool Mom Sally was a typical six grader and was starting to get an attitude more and moreeach day. She was being more and more disrespectful and trying to push her limits. She was spending a lot of time on the computer and often laughed with whatseemed to be an evil kind of laugh. Sherri was Sally’s mother and she was starting to get concerned but she wanted to be a cool mom so she never said anything. Infact, she did not have any parental controls on her computer and let Sally get on as often and as secluded as possible. She wanted her to feel that she trusted her with all of her heart and she was concerned that if she restricted Sally from certain websites she would be a loser mom. Sherri would even encourage Sally to have friends over and would let them download music, search the web, and instantmessage all their friends. She was a real cool mom and never told Sally what to do? Discussion Questions: 1. What do you think is going on with Sally? 2. What is Sherri doing wrong and how is she encouraging cyberbullying? 3. What are some things that Sherri could be doing to prevent cyberbullying in her household? Handout Created By: Amber Burkholder
  4. 4. Resources Articles:Calvete, E., Estevez, A., Orue, I., Padilla, P., & Villardon, L. (2010). Cyberbullying in adolescents: Modalities and aggressors’ profile. Computers in Human Behavior, 26(5), 1128-1135.Fennis, B. M., Kerkhof, P., & Noort, G. V. (2008). The persuasiveness of online safety cues: The impact of prevention focus compatibility of Web content on consumers’ risk perceptions, attitudes, and intentions. In Journal of Interactive Marketing, 22(4), 58-72.Graber, R., Harrison, C., Logan, K., & Sharples, M. (2009). E-Safety and web 2.0 for children aged 11-16. Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning, 25(1).Heirman, W., & Walrave, M. (2011). Cyberbullying: Predicting victimisation and perpetration. Children & Society, 25(1), 59-72.Hanewald, R. (2008). Confronting the pedagogical challenge of cyber safety. Australian Journal for Teacher Education, 33(3), pp. 1-16.OKeeffe, G. S., & Clarke-Pearson, K. (2011). The impact of social media on children, adolescents, and families. American Academy of Pediatrics, 127(4), 800-804.Passey, D. (2011). Internet safety in the context of developing aspects of young peoples digital citizenship. National Education Network, 1-102. Websites: