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Cyberbullying Resources for Parents - Chapter Summary
This collection of online resources examines the issue of cyberbullying and how it affects children and teens. Through a series of short and informative lessons, you'll find effective cyberbullying prevention strategies and books that address the subject. Each lesson comes with a short quiz to help you make sure you've taken away the most important topics and can help your kids avoid cyberbullying on social media sites.
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: You'll become more aware of current issues related to cyberbullying.
- Offers helpful strategies and educational resources: The chapter's resources and prevention strategies are designed to help you and your children prevent/handle cyberbullying problems.
- Encourages student well-being: By improving your understanding of cyberbullying, you can make sure your kids are able to use the Internet safely.
By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
- Recognize several cyberbullying organizations
- Know how to prevent cyberbullying on various social networks
- Recommend practical books about the issue of cyberbullying
1. Cyberbullying Organizations
As cyberbullying grows across the world, several organizations have been established to educate the public on preventative measures and offer support to cyberbullying victims. Read on to learn about some of these organizations.
2. Preventing Cyberbullying on Social Networks
The popularity of social media and online interaction has given rise to a new form of bullying known as cyberbullying. This lesson will define cyberbullying and discuss how this type of bullying can be prevented on social networks.
3. Books About Cyberbullying
Our mobile devices, favorite websites and social media platforms keep us constantly connected, but cyberbullying occurs when students use these technologies to harm their peers. Use the following books to teach your class how to recognize and prevent cyberbullying.
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- Types of Communication Lesson Plans
- Social Skills Lesson Plans
- Team Building Lesson Plans & Resources
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- Classroom Bullying Prevention
- Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Activities
- Anti-Bullying Statutes
- Suicide Prevention Resources
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