Cyberbullying, it's not a game! It's your Life!!!
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Cyberbullying: there is a way out!

Children have the right to be protected from being hurt and mistreated, physically or mentally, they have a right to privacy. We all share a collective respo...
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Excellent resource.  Short , 'sweet' ( light-hearted music ) and effective presentation for kids to view.

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Teen Anti Cyber Bully Campaign Goes Viral

Teen Anti Cyber Bully Campaign Goes Viral | Cyberbullying, it's not a game! It's your Life!!! | Scoop.it

OSSEO, MN-- Seventeen-year-old Kevin Curwick, an Osseo High School football team captain, is using Twitter to fight cyber bullies and compliment his classmates, but much to his surprise, now people across the world are returning the favor.

 

"A nice word can go a long ways," he said. "We are a society looking for the positive."

 

Curwick has heard from people from Iowa to Connecticut, and from Australia to England ever since he came forward behind the anonymous Twitter account, @OsseoNiceThings.

 

He created the "nice" Twitter account to lift spirits of classmates that had been bullied on another Twitter page, but remained anonymous when tweeting things like "great artist but even better friend", "Osseo's rawest rapper", and "puts others before herself."

 

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Stephanie Nicole's curator insight, November 23, 2014 7:48 PM

"A nice word can go a long way," 17-year old Kevin Curwick says after he creates am annonymous Twitter account that contains compliments to all the other kids in his high school.

 

It is encouraging to see that a student is the one stepping up to prevent bullying from happening at his school. It only takes one person to initiate something for everyone to join in on. It is more beneficial coming from a classmate because others can relate to him more. The Twitter is easy for the Osseo High School students to access because the account targets them directly. 

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Cyberbullying Toolkit

Cyberbullying Toolkit | Cyberbullying, it's not a game! It's your Life!!! | Scoop.it
This free toolkit has the resources schools need to take an effective stand against cyberbullying.
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Chanica Gibhard's curator insight, May 28, 2014 4:46 AM

Cyber-bullying is becoming more common in today's society.  We need to make people aware of it so that we can help prevent it!

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Mom: School Said My 13-Year-Old Daughter Should Get Breast Reduction Surgery to fight Bullying

Mom: School Said My 13-Year-Old Daughter Should Get Breast Reduction Surgery to fight Bullying | Cyberbullying, it's not a game! It's your Life!!! | Scoop.it
A Moline Acres, Mo., mother is furious with her daughter's school for allegedly suggesting that her sixth grader get a breast reduction to avoid chronic bullying.
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Cyberbullying: Solutions for Parents

Cellphones, Facebook, Instant Messaging : Kids use these tools to communicate with friends, but they can also abuse them. Common Sense presents tips and guidance on managing kids' digital lives to keep them safe, protected, respectful, and responsible.

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