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The Fight Against Cyberbullying. By: Andy Sizemore. Cyberbullying is on the rise!. 2006-2007 i-Safe study shows that 25% of high school students and 21% of 5-8 graders know someone who has been cyberbullied. 52% of high school students have been cyberbullied.

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cyberbullying is on the rise
Cyberbullying is on the rise!
  • 2006-2007 i-Safe study shows that 25% of high school students and 21% of 5-8 graders know someone who has been cyberbullied.
  • 52% of high school students have been cyberbullied.
  • 52% of high school students have cyberbullied someone.
  • 11% of high school students have been cyberstalked. Cyberbullied by the same person on more than one occasion.
new trend in cyberbullying
New trend in cyberbullying
  • Student-on teacher cyberbullying is the latest trend.
  • The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School system had 4-5 cyberbullying cases in one year. All involved student-on-teacher cyberbullying.
what are states doing
What are states doing?
  • Many states are requiring schools to teach internet safety.
  • As of 2006, Virginia requires teaching internet safety and requires that the effort to curb cyberbullying must be written into the school’s “acceptable use policies.”
  • Texas Education Agency is developing a website to help teachers teach internet security and become aware of cyberbullying specifically.
what are schools doing
What are schools doing?
  • Teaching students that there are consequences for their actions, both on and off campus.
  • Disciplinary actions at school and criminal charges if warranted.
  • Incorporating cyberbullying into the student code of conduct.
what can kids do
What can kids do?
  • Ignore messages from bullies.
  • Tell someone what is happening.
  • Let the police, cell phone provider, and internet provider know what is happening.
web 2 0 and cyberbullying
Web 2.0 and cyberbullying
  • Web 2.0 makes cyberbullying easier to do, and harder to detect.
  • Facebook and MySpace pose the biggest threat to students.
  • Emailing
  • Text messaging
bibliography
bibliography

Magid, L., & Collier, A. (2007). Myspace unraveled: A parent’s guide to teen social networking. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press.

Riedel, C. (2008). The fight against cyberbullying. The Journal. Retrieved from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2008/05/01/The-Fight-Against-Cyberbullying.aspx?Page=3