Create an informational public service announcement

What is Cyberbullying?

The willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.

Choose a topic from the list - only two people per topic (on sign up sheet)

  • Cyberbullying and bystanders
  • Cyberbullying and mental health issues (suicide, etc...)
  • Cyberbullying and parental involvement
  • Cyberbullying and the differences between boys and girls
  • Cyberbullying and the law
  • Cyberbullying and prevention/solutions
  • Cyberbullying and peer pressure
  • Cyberbullying and the schools (What can they do? What does our student handbook say?)

Include the following in your presentation:

  • 10 statistics (try to find some that are specific to your cyberbully topic).
  • Three things someone can do to protect themselves from becoming the target of a cyberbully.
  • Three safe ways someone can respond to cyberbullying if it has already started.
  • Three helpful websites/resources for learning more about cyberbullying.
  • Describe how to report a cyberbully on social networking sites.
    Be specific: how do you report someone on sites such as Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, Tumblr
  • Consequences of cyberbullying (legally and at school)
    ~What laws are there to help those that are being bullied? Look into states other than Ohio.
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Tell a real life story and share a photo of someone affected by bullying - only one person per student. Sign up with me.

Alex Boston

Amanda Todd

Audrie Pott

Carla Jamerson

Daisy Coleman

Daniel Perry

Grace McComas

Hannah Smith

Hope Witsell

Jessica Logan

Kenneth Weishuhn Jr.

Megan Meier

Phoebe Prince

Rachael Neblett

Rebecca Sedwick

Rehtaeh Parsons

Ronan Hughes

Ryan Halligan

Sarah Lynn Butler

Tyler Clementi


(End of class)