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S: Cyberbullying Project

FC: PORTFOLIO | Cyberbullying

1: Cyberbullying Definition | Cyberbully is when a child is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or targeted by another child using the Internet, mobile phone, or other type of digital technology.

2: Statistics | 95% of social media-using teens who have witnessed cruel behavior on social networking sites say they have seen others ignoring the mean behavior; 55% witness this frequently. 84% have seen the people defend the person being harassed; 27% report seeing this frequently. 84% have seen the people tell cyberbullies to stop bullying; 20% report seeing this frequently. 10 to 14 year old girls may be at even higher risk for suicide, according to the study above 1 in 6 parents know their child has been bullied via a social networking site. 43% of teens aged 13 to 17 report that they have experienced some sort of cyberbulying in the past year. 68% of teens agree that cyberbullying is a serious problem with today's youth. Cyberbullies are more likely to have engaged in sexting (31% vs. 19% for teens overall) 52% of parents are worried their child will be bullied via social networking sites.

4: Teachers 1. Take it Seriously - if you don't take it seriously how will the problem get resolved? 2. Recognize the Signs - a student is probably being bullied if their grades are suddenly dropping or seem depressed. 3. Tell Students To Report It - if they don't tell a teacher, they cant act on it. 4. Respond, Take Action - get the student help so the problem can be solved. 5. Get Parents Involved - teach them how to monitor where their child has been.

6: Parent | 1. Understand how a new technology works before letting your child use it. 2. Always set up privacy settings on any new technology. 3. Talk with your child about cyberbullying. 4.Encourage your child to stop communicating with the cyberbully. 5.Do not erase any photos, video or texts--you'll want to keep all evidence.

8: Principle | Sultan Wash, the middle school principle had students set up a fake Facebook profile of her. They posted conversations that suggested she was having inappropriate relationships with her students.

11: A young teacher was made fun of on Facebook and Twitter by her students. Her students twisted her past posts saying that she hated them and they spread rumors about her. She was eventually diagnosed with depression and quit her job as a teacher. | Tyler Clementi, a student at Rutgers University. He jumped off a bridge because he got bullied by his friends. | Kids in school made a fake Facebook about and posted mean things to their Principal. The Principal, Robin Briganti of Sultan MIddle School, had embarassing things posted under her name.

12: Student | 1. Tell your parents, principle or police, and let them know 2. Sometimes the best way to end the bullying is to stop any contact they can make with you 3. Block them. Stop the contact with them. 4. It is okay to lose a friend. You do not want to be friends with a bully. 5. Just ignore them and do not say something back.

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