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DigitalSkills Presentation: Cyberbullying

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A 7th grade DigitalSkills Project against cyberbullying

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DigitalSkills Presentation: Cyberbullying

  1. 1. JUST STOP IT! NMS AGAINST CYBERBULLYING A 7th grade Digital Skills Project
  2. 2. Ruins Friendships and hurts People
  3. 3. What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is bullying with electronic devices and equipment: Like cellphones, computers and tablets, as well as communication tools including social media, text messaging, chatrooms and websites
  4. 4. THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF CYBERBULLYING ANONYMITY Is when somebody is being mean to you on the internet without telling you their name. This makes it harder for the victim to find out who is threatening them. Mostly the bullies do not want to get found. CYBERSTALKING Is a form of being mean to someone through cyber communication such as in text messages and emails. The victims often worry that the ,,cyberstalkers’’ will become ‚,real’’ stalkers. FLAMING Normally is used in chatrooms or messages. The bullies use bad languege to insult and use emotional pressure.
  5. 5. EXAMPLE: CYBERSTALKING To write rumours, threats, rude or mean comments or messages, or even writing embarrassing things about someone. A boy gets harassed on the internet
  6. 6. LILA: how r u? WUWU: i hate u! LILA: who is this? WUWU: no one likes u! LILA: violet is that u? WUWU: don‘t come back to school, kill yourself. This is cyberbullying
  7. 7. People even get suicidal because of cyberbullying This girl died on the 10th of October 2012 because she got depressed over cyberbullying
  8. 8. To: Lena We all hate you!!! Y R U so stupid? Don`t come back 2 school! From: unknown nr. We all hate you!!! Y R U so stupid? Don´t come back 2 school! People make their number unknown to hide their identity Cyberbully Bullied person
  9. 9. EXAMPLE OF CYBERBULLYING: FAKEBOOK
  10. 10. ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF CYBERBULLYING
  11. 11. There are no specific laws concerning cybermobbing, but there are some laws which may apply when someone is getting cyberbullied §185 Insults The insulter can be punished by being sent to prison up to one year or being given a large fine. If the intention was to harm someone, then the insulter can be brought to prison for about 2 years, or can be charged with a large amount of money. §§ 186/187 False rumour Who states or spreads false rumors about a person, that harm that person‘s reputation and if the fact is not proven to be true, then the person who spreads the rumour can be imprisoned for 1 year, or a big fine must be payed. § 22 Privacy of personal items Pictures,etc. are only allowed to be spread with permission of the people in picture, etc. Everyone has the right of his own image.
  12. 12. Reasons kids may cyberbully: they are bored they are angry for ‚fun‘ unintentionally
  13. 13. A cyberbully is usually a popular person, which has many friends (by-standers) to help him bully He/she probably knows how to use social networks Sometimes he/she has been bullied before Behind the screen he/she feels more powerfull He/she might see it as a way to stay popular. Cyberbullying allows bullies to avoid facing their victims, so it requires less courage and provides the illusion that bullies won’t get caught. When it comes to cyberbullying, they are often motivated by anger, revenge or frustration.
  14. 14. Is a By-stander also a Bully? YES NO •Because they don’t help the bullied person •They watch it happen •They think by just watching they can get away with it •There is no reason for them not to be a bully. If they do not help then they exclude themselves from the group making them a bully too •They don‘t DO anything •They don‘t intend to encourage the bullying (but they do) •They don‘t hurt someone directly What do YOU think?
  15. 15. Hihihihihihihi hihihihi He/she is the only bully Not just the bully laughs, also the bystanders. So now more and more people are “helping“ the bully. That‘s why bystanders are also bullies.
  16. 16. „I HATE YOU! YOU ARE SO WEIRD!! NOBODY LIKES YOU!“
  17. 17. Why do bullies bully? Bullies bully because they have some sort of problem. Usually they are really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really jealous, stupid, hateful
  18. 18. ...ever since then I've been so insecure and I now have an eating disorder because of her. Because of the things she has said I have a problem with self-harm as well.. She still sends me random messages putting me down. She even got the whole school to dislike me for a while.. I just wish I had somebody to talk to and for someone into be here for me... “ A Victim‘s Quote
  19. 19.  Embarrassing stuff could be published  The bully can bully a person from anywhere through a phonenumber/ e- mail address  People all over the world could bully a person  If anything is published on the internet it is hard to get rid of it!!!
  20. 20. Statistics on bullying
  21. 21. Do not feed the trolls! Do not respond to the bully because your reaction is just what the bully wants; it gives her/him power over you.
  22. 22. What else can you do against cyberbullying? - when you get bullied on social media, block the bully and make sure that you have no contact with him/her via the internet. - speak with someone you trust, even though it might be hard. These persons can be: social pedagogues, teachers, friends, parents or generally your family. Remember it can be very hard for someone e.g. the family or the teachers to see that someone is getting cyberbullied, so you may have to take the first step…
  23. 23. What to do? If you receive insulting messages, comments or emails: • keep calm • do not write anything rude back • show an adult the message • If possible, block or report the person.
  24. 24. •Stand up for yourself •Get help •Tell someone you know •Ignore them, a reaction is what they want •Report the bullying •Block the bullies from your account •Keep a record of the bully`s messages, phone calls etc. •Don`t give away personal information online •Get the police involved Why do I always get bullied? What can you do for yourself?
  25. 25. TALK ABOUT IT WITH A SIBLING! Sisssster sss
  26. 26. „NUMMER GEGEN KUMMER“ If you‘re ashamed and you can‘t or won‘t talk to your parents or teacher; look for a number where you can talk anonymously with a person who can help you. For example: 0800 1110333
  27. 27. Talk to the person Make sure the person is safe Get help for the person Give the victim the feeling that somebody cares Try to find out who is cyberbullying the person Block the bullies/website Don‘t be a bully or bystander If it gets bad tell the police about the victim Stand up, don‘t stand by!
  28. 28. Don‘t be a bully Come on! How would you feel if someone would be cyberbullying you? Even just thinking about how the other person feels can put a big damper on agression. It is needed in this world! Be a friend not a bystander Watching or forwarding means that the bully has more power and it hurts the victim even more. If you can, tell the bully to stop or let them know that harassment is mean and looks stupid. The bully has to know that his/her behavior is unacceptable. If you can‘t stop them then help the victim and report the behavior. Think about it
  29. 29. INFO PAGES IN GERMAN • http://www.bündnis-gegen-cybermobbing.de • http://www.digizen.org/ • http://www.klicksafe.de • http://www.saferinternet.at/cyber-mobbing
  30. 30. Tips for teachers • Talk with the involved. The victim and the bully should be consulted. Maybe discuss a compromise. • Inform the parents - Parents may not realise their child is being bullied • Talk with the class and school- cyberbullying should NOT be silenced. • Inform the police - if there is an action that you feel is against the law, call 110
  31. 31. 1. Be aware of what your kids do online. Why not be their friend on Facebook? 2. Help your child to set up their privacy settings on Facebook. 3. Share a computer at home 4.Learn more about facebook yourself 5.Set time limits for games and social media use 6. Don‘t overreact by blaming your child 7.Tell your children not to respond to any cyberbullying threats or comments 8.Get an internet filter for your network. 9.Talk to your school’s guidance councillor, so they can talk to bullies and keep an eye on them. 10. Tell your child to block unfriendly people and to save any evidence of bullying before deleting it from their wall or inbox.
  32. 32. STOP BLOCK TELL

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