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Cyberbullying Information for Teens

Cyberbullying is no joke. It can ruin people's lives.

Cyberbullying Infographic with Stats About Teen Internet Usage / excellent post about teens and technology from Holy Craft

Cyberbullying Infographic: How Bullies Have Moved From the Playground to the Web - e-Learning Infographicse-Learning Infographics

Standing up, Not Standing By:  A Free Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators (resources for elem, ms and hs)

Anti-Cyberbullying Toolkit

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP pins - digital literacy wall art

Digital Citizenship

Awesome Digital Citizenship Graphic for your Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. An example of technology using still imagery.

Emma's Story - Cyberbullied by a Best Friend  Cyberbulling can happen to anyone. A 14-year-old girl is a victim of cyberbullying when a former friend repeatedly sends hurtful messages.  Click here for related lesson, "Cyberbullying: Crossing the Line"

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Emma's Story - Cyberbullied by a Best Friend. Cyberbulling can happen to anyone. A girl is a victim of cyberbullying when a former friend repeatedly sends hurtful messages. Related lesson, "Cyberbullying: Crossing the Line"

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/scope-and-sequence Common Sence Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum scope and sequence. Very helpful!

Scope & Sequence: Common Sense K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Digital Citizenship Scope & Sequence: Find age-appropriate lessons that address digital literacy and citizenship topics for your classroom - Common Sense Education

Tips for Dealing with Cyberbullying #CyberSafe

Tips for Dealing with Cyberbullying

Tips for Dealing with Cyberbullying I online safety, cyberbullying prevention, child monitoring

As more classrooms fill up with technology, so increases the need for our students to truly understand the concept of Digital Footprint.  From Webopedia:  On the Internet a digital footprint is the…

Digital Footprint (Part One)

"As more classrooms fill up with technology, so increases the need for our students to truly understand the concept of Digital Footprint.

Teenage Cyber Bullying Statistics : Cyberbullying belongs to the most common cyber crimes and threats happening on the interwebs. Though online bulling occurrence rates are lower than offline (traditional bullying), statistics indicate that cyberbullying increases the likelihood of suicide.  > http://infographicsmania.com/teenage-cyber-bullying-statistics/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=ZAKKAS&utm_campaign=SNAP

Teenage Cyber Bullying Statistics - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA

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