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Infographic: The Truth About Mobile, Online Cyberbullying

Infographic: The Truth About Mobile, Online Cyberbullying | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
From harassing text messages to demeaning social network comments, teens face a barrage of all-too-common digital bullying tactics in today's world. But is

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These are some interesting facts about cyberbullying in America that instead of being hurt by being bullied most of those surveyed felt angry.

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Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying and is linked to many negative outcomes. Take children's complaints of bullying seriously, whether at school, on the playground, in the park, on the Internet. Probing a seemingly minor complaint may uncover more severe grievances. Children are often afraid or ashamed to tell anyone that they have been bullied, so listen to their complaints!

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The Teacher’s Guide to Keeping Students Safe Online

The Teacher’s Guide to Keeping Students Safe Online | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
As an educator, you simply can’t introduce students to the internet without educating them on how to be safe while exploring the world wide web; but that’s what many teachers do anyway.

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Parry Aftab's cyberbullying - the video part 1

Wiredsafety.org's cyberbullying video, featuring Parry Aftab and the Teenangels, tells the real story about the pain caused by cyberharassment and cyberbully...

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Cyberbullying as we know hurts children and knowing about the pain can help individuals to realise the impacts of bullying on everyone

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The Best Answer to Cyberbullying We've Seen Yet

The Best Answer to Cyberbullying We've Seen Yet | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
Since so much of students' lives together take place in various nooks and crannies of the Internet, let's look at how teens can help each other out, making their social lives more satisfying and trouble-free by being cyber-shields for each other.
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This is good advice for teachers- To encourage inclusive environments

- When working in pairs don't get children to pick their partner

- When playing sport don't let children pick their own teams

 

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Animated spoken poem video deals with bullying

We are going to leave you with an animated video that is inspiring people around the world dealing with the very real problem of childhood bullying.
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STOP cyberbullying: Cyberbullying - what it is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies

STOP cyberbullying: Cyberbullying - what it is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
What cyberbullying is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies.

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A major issue which should concern us all

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BULLYING SCENARIOS- What would you do????

Bullying scenarios

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Random Scenarios

Karen is a very devout teenager who leads a prayer meeting every morning by the high school flag pole. Many boys and girls are simply drawn to Karen as a friend because of her sweet nature and hopeful innocence. Other girls in her school, however, feel threatened by Karen’s piety and commitment to holy living, and they begin to drum up ideas to expose her as a fraud. Specifically, they begin to spread rumours via the High School’s social network on MySpace.com that Karen is sleeping around with the boy’s track team. Karen is alerted to the online rumours by a close friend and is heartbroken. She tells her teachers and pastor, who then contact the school administration.

 

What would you do if you were the principal in this situation?

 

 What would you do if you were Karen?

 

 

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Sophie's comment, October 7, 2013 10:31 PM
If I was the principle I would talk to Karen about what is going on and then I would talk to those girls starting the rumours and then I would get both groups together and talk about what has happened. I would try to get the gossiping girls to understand Karen and her beliefs and I would encourage the school to embrace other religions and make the school multicultural, where anyone from any religion can act out their religion and not be judged or bullied.
Sophie's comment, October 7, 2013 10:32 PM
If I was Karen I would try to ignore what’s going on and have faith in God that he will look after her if not in this life, the afterlife. I would also go along with everything and not let it affect me because I know it’s not true and I would stand up for those who also get bullied.
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Twitter / DrRonHolt: #Bullying can cause long term ...

Twitter / DrRonHolt: #Bullying can cause long term ... | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
#CyberBullying can cause long term emotional and health consequences for those who are victims. #StopBullying
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I am Against bullying!

 

There are so many long term effects of cyber bullying- most being suicide, as individuals feel like they can no longer live as they are in so much pain and hurting themselves is their only release.

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Cyber Bullying a Growing Problem - EverythingLubbock.com

Cyber Bullying a Growing Problem - EverythingLubbock.com | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
EverythingLubbock.com Cyber Bullying a Growing Problem EverythingLubbock.com “It used to be you could go to school and then come home and feel safe because it was just at school, but now we have cyber bullying and so you've got that 24 hours, 7...
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SnapChat Bullying Tactics

SnapChat Bullying Tactics | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
Cyber bullying has become a serious issue with today’s teens and children. These age groups often spend a significant amount of time online, doing homework and interacting with their friends.
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'Growing trend' of cyberbullying on social networks says charity

'Growing trend' of cyberbullying on social networks says charity | CyberBullying | Scoop.it

More than two-thirds of people aged 13 to 22 have been bullied online with boys and girls equally affected, according to charity Ditch the Label.

One in five of the 10,008 who responded to a survey said that the abuse had been "extreme".

Liam Hackett, who set up the charity after being bullied, said: "It's having a massive impact on young people and it's heartbreaking to read." acebook, Ask.fm and Twitter were found to be the most likely sources of cyberbullying and 54% of those using Facebook reported cyberbullying on the network, the survey suggests.


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Cyber bullying tragedy

A Victorian teenager has left behind a chilling message for her family, after taking her own life.
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Once Posted You Lose it

If you are posting anywhere on the internet be careful what you post. Once you post it is out of your control this includes Youtube videos which can easily b...
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Even though this isn't really to do with cyber bullying, it just shows that once you publish something online, anyone can see it and it doesn't just go away if you delete it it's there for the world to see

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Kids Helpline - 1800 55 1800

Kids Helpline is Australia's only free, private and confidential, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.
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This is a great source for children who need help, even though many don't use it as they can be scared to call someone. As talking to someone can help so much and the fact that you don't know or have to see the person means that this person is impartial. They have a clear perspective and will not judge you or make you feel like your problems are not important. At Kids help line every child who calls is important and is valued. :):)

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Cyberbully (2011) full movie. No download/register.

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I watched this movie and it is so emotional. I feel that this movie should be shown to school children, so that they can see what can happen, I know they are told all about this at school but this movie may be able to open their minds to the fact that cyber bullying can start off as a silly, funny thing, but it can lead them into dangerous situations and it can hurt so many people.

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Infographic: The Truth About Mobile, Online Cyberbullying

Infographic: The Truth About Mobile, Online Cyberbullying | CyberBullying | Scoop.it
From harassing text messages to demeaning social network comments, teens face a barrage of all-too-common digital bullying tactics in today's world. But is

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Sophie's insight:

These are some interesting facts about cyberbullying in America that instead of being hurt by being bullied most of those surveyed felt angry.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, April 18, 2013 12:01 PM

 

Check also:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/cyberbullying-it-s-not-a-game-it-s-your-life

 

Sharla Shults's curator insight, April 19, 2013 3:16 PM

Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying and is linked to many negative outcomes. Take children's complaints of bullying seriously, whether at school, on the playground, in the park, on the Internet. Probing a seemingly minor complaint may uncover more severe grievances. Children are often afraid or ashamed to tell anyone that they have been bullied, so listen to their complaints!