Cyberbullying

By Diana De La Rosa

What is cyberbullying?

  • Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology.
  • Examples
    • Mean text messages or emails
    • Rumors sent by email or posted on social media
    • Embarrassing photos or videos
    • Fake profiles or websites

    Cyber bullying can result in poor grades, depression and even suicide!

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    You can do something about it!

    Preventions

    Parents:

    • As a parents you should talk to your child about the responsibilities of using internet cites and social media.
    • Know the cites they are visiting.
    • Know what their passwords are.
    • Use parental control filters and monitoring programs.


    Teachers:

    • Recognize signs
    • ask students to report any cyberbullying
    • Respond to an Incident


    Students:

    • Know the cites you are visiting to avoid any cyberbullying.

    • Report any cyberbullying

    • Do not respond and block the person who is cyberbullying

    Take Action!

    What you can do if your child is getting cyberbullied?


    • Do not respond and immediately block the person who is cyberbullying.


    Report cyber bullying to

    • the school

    • the online service provider

    • law enforcement

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    Stand Up to Cyberbullying

    Credits

    Stand up to cyberbullying video

    https://www.onguardonline.gov/flash/videos/NetCetera-StandUpToCyberbullying.xml

    Website

    https://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/what-is-it/


    Cyberbullying images



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    Pinterest. Digital Image. Web.https://www.pinterest.com/abbeyminter/get-cyber-bullying-to-stop/


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