Cyberbullying - Tech Learning




CyberBullying CyberBullying affects many students — both victims and perpetrators. This page offers links to various discussions of cyberbullying, including a very informative downloadable PDF file in PowrePoint fashion. Although the site, a product of Canada, focuses on that country, the

Cyberbullying on the Rise

As more and more of our students use text messaging and social networking I'm also seeing a rise in complaints about cyber bullying. I know that saying mean things about one another is a fact of teen life, but these and similar technologies seem to make it possible for cyber bullies to hound their victims 24/7.

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Cyberbullying Survey

A recent survey of youth ages 8-17 conducted by Microsoft unveiled some interesting conclusions regarding online bullying:

Interactive Case Studies: Cyberbullying

This collection of stories describes different acts of cyberbullying and possible consequences. The stories are accompanied by statistics, poll questions and results, and tips to help children talk to adults when they are threatened or hurt by cyberbullies. Many of

MA District Tackles Cyberbullying

The Bridgewater Raynham (MA) Regional School District is the first in the nation to adopt the computer game “Braincells,” designed to educate children about cyberbullying and cell phone hackers. Canadian software company LiveWires, through a partnership with the district attorneys

New Anti-Cyberbullying Program for Schools announced today that it has officially partnered with to provide schools with an educational program that combines the cyberbullying film with youth leadership and school safety planning.

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Five tips for parents to stop cyberbullying

 Surveys indicate that around half of all children are victims of cyberbullies at some point during their time in school, and 11 percent of children have been bullied in the last 30 days.