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Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying Cyberbullying is: bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Technologies of Cyberbullying: Phones
Computers
Tablets Dos and Don'ts of Cyberbullying http://whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com/internet-safety/pg/winners-2011 Consequences: (straight from YOUR school handbook)
1. Counseling within the school.

2. Parental conference.

3. Loss of school privileges.

4. Transfer to another school building, classroom, or school bus.

5. Exclusion from school-sponsored activities.

6. Detention.

7. Suspension.

8. Expulsion.

9. Counseling/Therapy outside of school.

10. Referral to law enforcement officials. Why cyberbully? low self esteem
peer pressure
pressure to fit in
allows the bully to feel powerful
think they won't get caught or punished
think it's funny or they are "just kidding" 81% of teens think other teens cyberbully because the bully thinks it's funny. the activity of repeated, aggressive behavior intended to hurt another person, physically or mentally. Bullying Cyber bullying is a form of bullying that uses technology or electronic devices to hurt someone. Cyber Bullying A child, teen, or preteen is harassed, threatened, tormented, embarrassed, or humiliated by another minor. Once an adult becomes involved, it is no longer cyberbullying, it becomes cyberstalking or cyberharassment. 2 Types:
Direct Attacks: affects kids directly
Cyberbullying by Proxy: bully uses someone else to do the dirty work Direct Attacks include:
Sending Pictures through Email and Cell Phone
Impersonation
Stealing Passwords
Instant Messaging or Text Messaging
Harassment By Proxy:
Cyberbully hacks into victims account
Poses as victim
Sends mean messages to victim's friends
Bully changes account passwords
Victim is left looking like the bully motivated by anger, revenge, or frustration
for entertainment
out of boredom
by accident Cyberbully Prevention Education:
Don't stand by and allow bullying
Don't be the bully
Look for cyberbullies and don't become
the victim Take 5 Drop the Mouse! Calm Down! Report it! Keep in Mind:
The Kind of Threats
The Frequency of Threats
The Source of the Threats
The Nature of the Threats Should I involve the Law? Dos
*Do tell an adult you trust.
*Save the evidence.
*Treat others as you would like to be treated.
*Block the bully.
*Get a new email account and/or a new mobile phone number.
*Report the problem. Don'ts
*Don't reply.
*Don't try to get back at the bully.
*Don't forward offensive messasges and don't read them.
*Don't be ashamed! "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" $25,000: What is cyberbullying? Repeated harassment, torment, embarrassment, or humiliation using technology $50,000: Who takes part in cyberbullying? Children, preteens, and teens (no adults!) $75,000: What were the 2 discussed types of cyberbullying? Direct and By Proxy $100,000: Why do people cyberbully? (Give at least 2 reasons) Funny, entertainment, boredom, revenge, anger, frustration, peer pressure, low self esteem, insecure about themselves, etc... $250,000: What are 3 technologies used for cyberbullying? computer, cellphone, social network sites, tablets, etc... $500,000: How can you prevent cyberbullying? EDUCATE!; take 5, drop the mouse, stay calm, report it $750,000: What are at least 3 consequences of cyberbullying? Consequences:
1. Counseling within the school.

2. Parental conference.

3. Loss of school privileges.

4. Transfer to another school building, classroom, or school bus.

5. Exclusion from school-sponsored activities.

6. Detention.

7. Suspension.

8. Expulsion.

9. Counseling/Therapy outside of school.

10. Referral to law enforcement officials. $1,000,000: What effects does cyberbullying have on the victim? (Give at least 4) Effects on Victims Kids Who are Bullied (may) Experience:
negative physical, school, and mental health issues
Depression and anxiety
increased feelings of sadness and loneliness
changes in sleep and eating patterns
loss of interest in activities they used to enjoy Such as....

Abuse alcohol and other drugs
Get into fights
Vandalize property
Drop out of school
Have criminal convictions and traffic citations Bystanders
Kids who witness bullying are more likely to:

Have increased use of tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs

Have increased mental health problems, including depression and anxiety

Miss or skip school These issues may persist into adulthood. Decreased academic achievement—GPA and standardized test scores—and school participation. They are more likely to miss, skip, or drop out of school. Kids who bully others can also engage in violent and other risky behaviors into adulthood. negative physical, school, and mental health issues
Depression and anxiety
increased feelings of sadness and loneliness
changes in sleep and eating patterns
loss of interest in activities they used to enjoy Congradulations on winning $1,000,000!

Any Questions or Comments? Social Media Sites
Embarrassing Photos
Text Messages
Chat http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?title=Illuminate_Cyberbullying&video_id=97809
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