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  1. 1. How can schools preventHow can schools prevent cyberbullying?cyberbullying? Madeline CourtneyMadeline Courtney CC 11/11/1011/11/10
  2. 2. IntroductionIntroduction • Cyberbullying is a bully who operates online or with technology. • “With cyberbullying, you can’t escape from it. Fifty percent of the kids who were being bullied said they didn’t know who was bulling them on the internet.” Robin Kowalski.
  3. 3. What is cyberbullying?What is cyberbullying? • Child, pre-teen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, or humiliated • Can be intentional or accidental • Bullies can be popular “mean girls” or “tech savvy loners” • Online tormenting • Taunting at anytime with technology • Another method of bullying
  4. 4. What is the parents role?What is the parents role? • Setting limits • Positive support • Shut down online accounts • Call police – If cyberbullying gets serious – If your child is in harm
  5. 5. What is the parents role?What is the parents role? (continued)(continued) • Block people • Establish clear expectations for conduct online • Let guidance counselor know • Make your child feel secure • Ask yourself if your child is at physical harm • Take and print out all proof • Teach privacy • Stay engaged • Keep computer in family room or kitchen
  6. 6. What can cyberbullying lead to?What can cyberbullying lead to? • Skipping school • Dropping out • Getting lower grades • Taking weapons to campus • Become depressed • Not telling parents • Committing suicide
  7. 7. With technology what do most kidsWith technology what do most kids use to cyberbully?use to cyberbully? • Texting • Mobile phones • E-mailing • Internet • Facebook • MySpace • Instant Messaging
  8. 8. Why do most kids cyberbully?Why do most kids cyberbully? • Motivated by anger • Entertainment • 81 percent think it’s funny (SIRS Researcher) • Bored • On accident – Sending a message to the wrong recipient – Didn’t think before they did something
  9. 9. Why do most kids cyberbully?Why do most kids cyberbully? (continued)(continued) • To torment • Defending themselves • Social standings – To be the popular “cool” kid – To be “funny”
  10. 10. School CounselorSchool Counselor • A school counselor counsels individuals and provide groups for children that need guidance services. – - yearly- 21,700 , 37,400 , 64,600 – -trends- percent change- +28% Job openings for MD- 20 people – -advancement- supervisor of counseling, counseling educators – Related careers- School psychologist, principal, teacher
  11. 11. High School Career academiesHigh School Career academies • Atholton High School • Child Development • Working with young children, focuses on development and learning
  12. 12. University of DelawareUniversity of Delaware • Newark, Delaware • Out-of-state yearly- 25,408 • High school diploma and GED accepted. • Mascot- Blue Hen • population- large, 58% women, 42% men. 31% in-state, 61% out-of-state
  13. 13. Community ServiceCommunity Service • Habitat for humanity • Help families who are in need of a home • Make me become a better person • Show me the life style that some unfortunate people are living
  14. 14. Job ExperienceJob Experience • Jobs: – Babysitting – Rita's – Pizza Hut – Delia’s clothing store
  15. 15. AchievementsAchievements • Honor roll • Lacrosse scholarship • Field hockey scholarship • Athletic award
  16. 16. CitingCiting • www.Google.com- images

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