About This Chapter
Cyberbullying Resources for Teachers - Chapter Summary
Cyberbullying is a very real concern for students who spend time online among peers and strangers. Learn more about this issue and how you can help students who are being cyberbullied using the teacher resources in this chapter. Informative lessons closely examine the history of cyberbullying laws and types of cyberbullying an individual can encounter. This chapter also provides solutions schools can use to help students address this issue.
These teacher resources can be viewed before, during or after school using any tablet, computer or smartphone with Internet access. Choose the lessons you want to review in any sequence, and revisit them as often as you'd like. Feel free to include any information in this chapter in your curriculum to help your students better understand cyberbullying.
How It Helps
- Informs educators: This chapter helps educators better understand various types of cyberbullying and the history of its laws.
- Offers solutions: Take advantage of guided solutions schools can use to directly address challenges students face with cyberbullying.
- Protects students: Students can feel safer knowing their school is well-equipped to help them address cyberbullying when it occurs.
Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:
- Utilize cyberbullying solutions in the classroom
- Understand and help your students grasp the history of cyberbullying laws
- List and describe types of cyberbullying
1. Cyberbullying Solutions for Schools
Cyberbullying can be very serious and very damaging for students. Anyone who works in a school has an opportunity to help solve the problem of cyberbullying. Check out this lesson to get a few ideas about how to curb and address cyberbullying.
2. History of Cyberbullying Laws
In this lesson, we discuss bullying and cyberbullying. We then go over the history of cyberbullying laws as they relate to freedom of speech and school regulation.
3. Types of Cyberbullying
Bullying has taken on a new form with the age of digital media. This lesson details some of the different types of cyberbullying that have gained popularity over the past decade.
4. Cyberbullying Project Ideas
Today more than ever before, cyberbullying is a major problem for youth around the world. After talking about cyberbullying with middle school students, use these projects to help them take action.
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- Types of Communication Lesson Plans
- Social Skills Lesson Plans
- Team Building Lesson Plans & Resources
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- Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Activities
- Anti-Bullying Statutes
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