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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Interesting Facts
Interesting Facts
Of those who are cyber-bullied frequently:
62% were cyber-bullied by a student from their school
46% were cyber-bullied from a "friend"
55% did not know who had cyber-bullied them
18% were cyber-bullied at least once in the last couple months
6% said it happened to them twice or more times”
Work Cited
What is Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is harassment using technology
It can lead to Cyber-Stalking or Cyber-Harassment
It is Illegal and there are severe consequences
How Can You Help
Tell your child not to respond to rude e-mails, messages, and comments.
Save the evidence, and take screen shots of comments and images.
Also, take note of the date and time when the harassment occurs.
Get your child’s school involved.
Don't respond to the bully
Sydney McKee
The Effects of Cyberbullying
Whether done in person or through technology, the effects of bullying are similar
Cyberbullying can happen 24 hours a day.
As long as kids have access to a phone, computer, or other device, they are at risk.
How to Prevent Cyberbullying
Establish Guidelines; show the rules of technology
Embrace Technology; don't get rid of it
Check your child's online activity
Put your child’s computer in a place where you can supervise
“Ages 9-14 are most common as both victims and bullies
Girls are twice as likely as boys to be involved in cyberbullying, as a victim or bully

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