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Cyberbullying: Recognizing, Preventing, and Responding to It

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Overview

Session Description:
Many students underestimate or do not realize the far-reaching and potentially devastating impact that cyberbullying can have on a victim. Because cyberbullying occurs online, often under the guise of anonymity, it can be especially vicious and intimidating. And, because it can be "witnessed" by scores of online spectators and perpetrated 24/7, the impact is far-reaching, and victims often feel they have nowhere to hide. In part two of this two-part series, Brent Maguire discusses how to recognize the signs of cyberbullying and victimization. He will explain the criminal aspect of cyberbullying and share strategies for responding to and preventing it. You will also learn how to monitor Internet use at school and provide suggestions for the school's approach to cyberbullying.

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss how to recognize the signs of cyberbullying and victimization.

  • Explain the criminal aspect of cyberbullying and share strategies for responding to and preventing it.

  • Describe how to monitor Internet use at school and provide suggestions for the school's approach to cyberbullying.


  • Assessment: Participants will join a collaborative backchannel chat and discuss how to recognize, prevent and respond to cyberbullying to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.

    Details

    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Thursday, August 4, 2022 @ 4:00 PM EDT
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Administrator Resources, School Safety
    Tags: cyberbullying, digital citizenship, online bullying, school safety, victims

    Reviews (85)

    Full Member
     
    Thank you for the session! A lot of up-to-date information in today's world of apps, devices, and cyberbullying issues in and out of schools.
     
    Thank you
     
    Thank you
     
    i do believe educating parents can control some of the problems
     
    Great
     
    Great
    Full Member
     
    good information
     
    Mr. Maguire has informed us well. I hope we as educators are able to better implement some of what was taught in the lives of our students.
     
    Cyber bullying has become a major problem in our schools and society and it seems to be getting worse! Save the evidence..more and more students like virtual learning because they cannot cope with bullies in the school. So many things happen in school.
    Full Member
     
    I think it is great to mention the weight of their actions. Thank you for the information. Unfortunate that this is an issue in schools.
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