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Cyberbullying

Learn how to deal with it.
by

Nicole Brown

on 14 September 2015

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Communication online
Positive aspects of going online
Internet is Powerful
Is this a cyberbullying situation? Why or why not?
Analise
TARGET: person being bullied
Cyberbullying Definition
Bullying
Bullied or cyberbullied?
Empathize through an example
Sondra is planning a birthday sleepover. Her parents have set a limit of
eight girls, so Sondra can’t invite everyone she’d like.

Two girls, who are left out of the party, overhear the plans. They decide
to create a “We Hate Sondra Jones” website. They say that anyone invited to the party should not go. They share the website with everyone in school. The girls also tell everyone to add new reasons why they hate
Sondra and to spread mean rumors about her.

When Sondra hears about the site, she gets a sick feeling in her
stomach. Each day she finds a new mean comment or joke about her on
the website. She feels hurt and embarrassed. She tells her parents she is
sick, so she won’t have to go to school.
They felt left out. They did not like Sondra anyway, and they
thought they had an excuse to be mean to her.
Why do you think the two girls made the mean website about Sondra?
Analise
Fun online
Find information online
The use of digital media tools such as the
Internet and cell phones to deliberately upset or harass someone else.

CyberBullying
Both can be hurtful
to the target.

Both make people
feel uncomfortable,
embarrased,
helpless,
sad and angry.
Persons can use more hurtful and extreme language.
Cyberbullying can happen anytime.
Bullying stops when the person goes home.
Language used is more filtered.
Is Public. Posts can spread rapidly and to a large, invisible audience.
Anonymous
It is often clear who
the bully is.
Bullying can cause physical
and emotional harm.
Cyberbullying can cause emotional harm.
Who are the bullies?
Who is the target?
How do you think Sondra feels? Empathize.
What do you think the people who are bullying Sondra would say about their behaviour?
What advice would you give Sondra about how to handle the situation?
Don’t respond or retaliate.
Block the bully.
Save and print bullying messages.
Talk to a friend.
Tell a trusted adult.
They might say they were only kidding, they didn’t mean any harm, or it was just a joke.
Yes, the angry girls have created a cyberbullying situation. Their behavior is online and it is intentional and harassing.
Sondra
To be a good friend, it is important to empathize with the targets of cyberbullying.
The website that the girls created is mean, but Sondra may still feel regretful. Maybe she wishes she had invited the other girls, or that her parents’ rules had been different.
The two girls who are not invited to
the sleepover.
Learning Objective
I know what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.

Success Criteria
• I can empathize with the targets of cyberbullying.
• I can recognize some of the key similarities and differences between
in-person bullying and cyberbullying.
• I can identify strategies for dealing responsibly with cyberbullying.
References
Common Sense Media Education. What's Cyberbullying? Taken on 13th september 2015 from
https://d2e111jq13me73.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/uploads/classroom_curriculum/3-5-unit3-whatscyberbullying-2015.pdf

Chen, J. Cyberethics. Taken on 13th september 2015 from http://etec.ctlt.ubc.ca/510wiki/Cyberethics

Sweet Clip Art. Desktop Computer Line Art. Taken on 13th September 2015 from http://sweetclipart.com/desktop-computer-line-art-1668

On Guard Online.gov. Stand Up to Cyberbullying. Seen 13th september 2015. https://www.onguardonline.gov/media/video-0005-stand-cyberbullying

Watch Wellcast. How to Beat Cyberbullies. Seen 14th september 2015. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jwu_7IqWh8Y
Analise
Why do you think the two girls made the mean website about Sondra?
What advice would you give Sondra about how to handle the situation?
What do you think the people who are bullying Sondra would say about their behaviour?
Miss Nicole Brown
14th September 2015
Cyberbullying
What is Cyberbullying?
The use of digital media tools such as the
Internet and cell phones to deliberately upset or harass someone else.
Don’t respond or retaliate.
Block the bully.
Save and print bullying messages.
Talk to a friend.
Tell a trusted adult.
Persons can use more hurtful and extreme language.
Cyberbullying can cause emotional harm.
Cyberbullying can happen anytime.
Is Public. Posts can spread rapidly and to a large, invisible audience.
Cyberbullying
How to deal with Cyberbullying?
Anonymous
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