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S: Cyber Bullying

FC: Cyber Bullying

1: Students get bullied everyday. But who ever thinks about cyber bullying?

2: Cyber Bullying Is Know As . . | - Report cyber bullying when you see it - Use the internet safer - Don't respond or retaliate

3: && Ways To Stop It ! | Students can stop cyber bullying by: - Report cyber bullying when you see it - Use the internet safer - Don't respond or retaliate - Block the bully - Tell someone ( teacher or trust adult ) | - Block the bully - Tell someone ( teacher or trust adult )

4: Teacher | If students choose to tell an adult or a teacher they can do something about it like if a teacher was told their are four major ways to prevent cyber bullying.

5: 1. Tell someone what is happening. If it is happening at school, get your teacher or a guidance counselor involved. If it is happening at home, go to your parents. Do not face it alone. 2. Use blocking features. If you start getting bullied, block the person, or inform the site administrator of what is happening so that they can remove the person’s profile. 3. Adjust your security settings. This will make it more difficult for them to bully you. 4. Threaten action. You can call law enforcement and take legal action but before doing so, warn the person. You have more rights if the threats are specific, if the frequency of bullying is high and if you’re able to document it.

6: Law No posting inappropriate info about a person or otherwise harassing that person on the Internet, in email, through instant messages or through other digital formats such as text messages on a cell phone. | Parent

7: 5 ways 1) Stop your kids from posting pics of them selfs on the web. 2) You can block websites from people and block people that are not in the cell phone like call or text. 3) The parent can talk to the bully directly and they might stop bullying. 4) It can help if the a parent or friend it there when they ask to stop being bully. 5) You can teach your kids ways to identify, prevent, and report cyber bullying. STORY A 11-year-old boy named Luke became first came to optimistic kids. He was not that good at sport however was extremely good with computers but he made a chat room. A group of kids at school began using the chat room to cyber bullying The Luke. The chat room was outside of school hours and not directly to do with the school and yet the bullying was being perpetrated by children who attended his school. Luke didn't know what to do he never had a problem like this before. Luke blamed himself for not have any proof that these kids were bullying him. He also believed that he would never would never get this under control and that he would have to give up his role as moderator and even as participant in the very chat room that he facilitated. At his worst moments he believed that he would have to leave his school.

8: Principal | school’s discipline code On page 24 in the student handbook. No posting inappropriate info about a person or otherwise harassing that person on the Internet, in email, through instant messages or through other digital formats such as text messages on a cell phone. | Story Soccer star Alexis Pilkington, 17, took her own life March 21 following vicious taunts on social networking sites -- which persisted postmortem on Internet tribute pages, worsening the grief of her family and friends. Alexis' parents downplayed the role the

9: pr | Statistics about cyberbullying 1) over half of teens / adolescents have been engaged or been cyber bullied. 2 ) 1 in 3 people have been cyber bullied. 3 ) 25 % of teens have been cyber bullied through the internet or cell phone. 4 ) More than half of teens / adolescents don't tell a parent or adult . 5 ) 15 % of teens get cyber bullied regularly . 6 ) being cyber bullied can cause depression or suicide . 7 ) cyber bullying happens to all races and cultures. 8 ) Girls are more likely to be cyber bullied than girls . 9 ) Over half of teens have had an embarrasing picture of them taken of them w/out permission . | Internet played in her suicide, saying their daughter was in counseling before she ever signed up with FormSpringMe.com, a new social networking site, where many of the attacks appeared. However their is a trend of cyber bullying so it got to Alexis before her parents could put a stop to it.

10: Made by Michoel Smith Mandy Friedel Brett Fuller

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  • Title: Cyber Bullying
  • Cyber bullying and the way to stop it!
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  • Started: about 4 years ago
  • Updated: about 4 years ago

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