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Digital citizenship cyberbullying day two

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HCS Digital Citizenship course for Middle School PDL (Personalized Digital Learning). Cyberbullying, Day 2

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Digital citizenship cyberbullying day two

  1. 1. Cyberbullying HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 Day Two
  2. 2. Goals... participants will be able to recall 4 key words related to cyberbullying identify at least 3 examples of cyberbullying identify strategies to not participate in cyberbullying
  3. 3. REVIEW... possible participants - cyberbullying incident, ______: victim an ______ would bully a target an _______ stands up to help a target a ______ stands by and ignores the situation
  4. 4. Review... in a cyberbullying incident, target: victim an offender would bully a target an upstander stands up to help a target a bystander stands by and ignores the situation
  5. 5. Video: Ricardo’s Story, making fun of others 2.28 minutes - how would you feel? As you watch Ricardo’s Story, can you identify a target? offender? bystander? upstander?
  6. 6. Ricardo’s Story - making fun of others. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_egO-JzADk
  7. 7. Discussion: Ricardo Is Ricardo: offender, target, bystander, upstander? What does Ricardo mean when he says that information “gets around pretty quick?” Why does Ricardo think kids do or say things on the internet that they would not do or say in person?
  8. 8. Video: Stacey’s Story, Stacey’s Story, when rumors escalate when rumors escalate 2.44 minutes 2.44 minutes how would you feel? -- how would you feel?
  9. 9. Stacey’s Story - When Rumors Escalate. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4ugP_eQUR8
  10. 10. Discussion How can you deal with cyberbullying? How do events that happen outside of school impact the school day?
  11. 11. Video: Discussing Digital Drama Discussing Digital Drama 3.35 minutes 3.35 minutes
  12. 12. Discussing digital drama. commonsensemedia, 2013. Film. 12 Nov 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs6b5lVmNiY
  13. 13. Forms of cyberbullying • Posting humiliating pictures/photos • cell phone pranks • cyberstalking • exclusion
  14. 14. Forms of cyberbullying • impersonation • online slam books • text wars
  15. 15. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Tell a trusted adult immediately Parent can contact • • • cell phone company social networking site internet service provider {to trace calls, texts, or messages and help block those messages}
  16. 16. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Block the bully • change privacy settings on your social networking site • save the evidence • forward to “adult” for assistance • screen shot of bullying comments or picture
  17. 17. Steps to take to stop abuse from cyberbullying Resist the urge to retaliate • the bully wants YOU to respond • responding makes YOU a bully or a part of the process • responding gives the bully POWER
  18. 18. Do Not Be the Bully! Pause • before “sending” • Stop • Think • how will your words or pictures impact another person’s feelings?
  19. 19. Do Not Be the Bully! Become an “upstander” • do not forward inappropriate words or pictures • tell the bully his/her actions are cruel • report the cyberbullying • be a friend to the “target”
  20. 20. Do Not Be the Bully! Consequences: • school consequences • legal consequences • mental, emotional, physical health of those involved in the cyberbullying
  21. 21. Cyberbullying Be respectful Be smart Be kind Practice good digital citizenship HCS 1:1 & Digital Citizenship Middle Schools December, 2013 Conclusion

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