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Copy of Cyber Bullying - Olweus Advisory Lesson

Amanda Todd story

Lauren Heston

on 15 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Cyber Bullying - Olweus Advisory Lesson

Did you know.....?
Why do people cyber bully?
Cyber Bullying...What is it? (Kowalski, Limber, and Agatston 2008)
Cyber bullying can involve the following:

sending mean or offensive messages repeatedly through emails, instant messaging, text, chat room posts or social net-working Web site postings.
If you put it out there....it's out there forever..
FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM and everything in between!!

The power of social media
Amanda did not have the tools to confront her bullies, nor did she seem to receive the guidance from adults in her life in how to deal with the bullying.
What do you do if it's happening to you?
The Reality of Cyber Bullying
Cyber bullying and the story of Amanda Todd
Amanda changes schools...but the bullies
from her former school turn to
Facebook once again and continue to torment Amanda electronically...
Amanda posted a video to You tube with her story looking for help.
If you wouldn't say it in person - DON'T SAY IT ONLINE!
they think people won't know who they are; they can be anonymous
they can't be seen
they don't have to see the other person's reactions.
they think everybody does it, so it's no big deal.
they like making someone else feel bad.
Creating Web sites designed to humiliate or embarrass others.
Sending messages as though they are from someone else.
Leaving someone out of a group by taking someone off buddy lists
Sharing personal, often embarrassing, information about someone they would not want shared by forwarding an email or photo to others.
o not retaliate.
ff your buddy list.
igure out who it is.
gnore it.
espond after you think about it carefully.
ave the evidence.
ell an adult.
How do I report cyber bullying to an adult?
1. In person (bring a friend with you if it would be easier for you.
2. Over the phone.
3. In writing:
Use only facts (who, what, where, when, why).
State the impact it is having on the person being cyber bullied.
List anything you have done to try to help (if you haven't been able to help, say that too).

4. Explain what you would like to see happen and what you think would help.
What would you do? Activity 10-15 min.
1. Breakdown into two small discussion groups.
2. Each teacher has received a Question Cube and situation sheet. The cube provides the following questions to add to each situation-
What would you do if you heard about it or saw it?
What would you do if you knew who did the bullying?
Special situation question
What would you do if this happened to a friend?
What would you do if this happened to you?
What would you do if this happened to someone you didn't like?
3. Teachers will read the situation - 1st member of the group will roll the Cube GENTLY and answer the question that is on top in regards to the situation. The group will then discuss and offer other alternative answers. Remember we all can agree to disagree!
4. Repeat until all 8 situations have been discussed.
Special thanks to Teen Leadership and construction of the question cubes!!!!!
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