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  • After reading slide, ask question: “Have you ever been a victim to or been the committer of cyber-bullying?”
  • After reading slide, ask question: “What are some ways you think might help eliminate cyber-bullying?”
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  • After reading slide, ask question: “Do you think schools should have stronger censorship than what they currently have? Why do you think this?”
  • After reading slide, ask question: “Can you think of any other tools which might be used by a cyber-bully?”
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  • After reading slide, ask question: “Even if it isn’t you being bullied, but another student (friend or not) is being bullied, what should you do?”
  • After reading slide, inform students how important it is that their parents be aware of cyber-bully acts.
  • Power Point Cyber-bullying

    1. 1. CYBER-BULLYINGByJesse BolanThe Effects, the Turmoil, the Destruction<br />
    2. 2. THE TERM<br />ξ Cyber-bullying is when the use of internet, cell phones, or any technological device is used to send text messages or images that intend to embarrass, harass, or hurt another person. <br />
    3. 3. How Serious Is This?<br />ξ Cyber-bullying is occurring in schools and at homes. <br />ξ Schools set up board meetings to discuss cyber-bullying and possible ways to prevent it—though it is a difficult problem to tackle. <br />ξ The harm of this issue can be more than emotional hurt. It can lead to the physical violence of ones self, or to others. <br />
    4. 4. ξ Cyber-bullying leaves innocent children as victims to discrimination, hate, humiliation, and sometimes even suicide. ξ There are cases of murders caused by cyber-bullying, as well as fights, dropouts, and the failing of classes due to the stress a cyber-bully causes a victim.<br />
    5. 5. Statistics <br /> THE VICTIMS<br />ξ42% of kids have been bullied while online.<br />ξ35% have received serious threats. <br />THE VICTIMIZERS<br />ξ 53% of kids admit to having bullied online. <br />ξ More than 1 in every 3 children have repeatedly bullied.<br />
    6. 6. Tinker Standard<br />ξ The Tinker Standard reflects students’ free speech and the school’s interest in ensuring safety for all its students. <br />ξ It allows for the freedom of speech, but with appropriate censorship. <br />
    7. 7. Weapons<br />ξComputers <br />ξ Cell Phones<br />ξ Cameras<br />ξ Online Video Games<br />
    8. 8. “Who are you?”<br />ξ Many cyber-bullies are never identified. By using temporary email accounts, using pen names in chat rooms, or sending anonymous text messages, they are able to mask their identity. <br />
    9. 9. “What should you do if a bully picks on you?”<br />ξIf receiving emails from a cyber-bully, don’t open them any longer, but don’t delete them either. Law enforcement may need them for convicting. <br />ξTell your parents/guardian, teacher, or the authorities right away. <br />
    10. 10. Parents<br />ξ Schools must be monitored and well informed in order to help prevent potential acts of violence—be it physical or emotionally committed. You as a parent can make the needed change in a student’s life. <br />ξ Parents must also be well informed, and listen to their children whenever they show signs of depression, or tell of a bothering incident that occurred in or out of school.<br />
    11. 11. Sources<br />ξ Title: Cyber Bullying: Statistics and Tips <br />Author: <br />URL: http://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_cyber_bullying<br />ξ Title: Cyber-bullying Legislation and School Policies<br />Author: Nancy Willard<br />URL: http://www.cyberbully.org/cyberbully/docs/cblegislation.pdf<br />ξ Title: Cyber-Bullying<br />Author: <br />URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyber_bullying#Cyber-bullying_defined<br />ξ Title: Anti-bullying Poster 19940<br />Author: Bullyinguk<br />URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bullyinguk/3386574517/<br />ξ Title: Anti-bullying Poster 20190<br />Author: Bullyinguk<br />URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bullyinguk/3405943099/<br />ξ Title: Handcuffs01<br />Author: Klaus with K<br />URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Handcuffs01_2003-06-02.jpg<br />ξTitle: Charles Sumner School<br />Author: Ctankcycles<br />URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctankcycles/1003082279/<br /> <br />

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