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CyberBullying

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Alex Sperle

on 29 September 2015

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Transcript of CyberBullying

Miss/skip/unwilling/or drop out of school
CYBERBULLYING
Effects on the
Person
Use of drugs and alcohol
status changes - such as losing relationships with friends
Poor grades
Health problems
Why Cyberbully?
Cutting
Suicide

By: Pang Vang, Alex Sperle, Cierra Riederer, and Justin Powell
-Motivation

Anger
Frustration
Revenge
Entertainment
Trying to feel better about themselves
What is cyberbullying?
How to Prevent Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is done on an electronic device like a cell phone, computer, tablet and/or anything that is a communcation tool such as social media, text messages, chat, and any websites in general. It's always used to make someone feel bad.
Effects on the community
Around 43% of kids are cyberbullyed online. 1 in 4 have had it happen more than once. The most common cyberbullying is on a cell phone. 90% of teens say they've ignored cyberbullying. Only 1 in 10 victums say they didn't tell an adult. Girls are twice as likly to get cyberbulled as boys.
Cyberbullying statistics
Understand what cyberbully is, educate yourself
Think before you do
Talk to an adult you trust
Depression
TAKE A STAND!
STOP BULLYING NOW!
Other kids in the community can be cyberbullied
Cyberbully can cause parents to be more alarmed and protective
Schools become more alarmed
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