Cyberbullying is a difficult and frightening issue for parents and students.
Navigating the online world can be painful and carry serious consequences.
Below are some Links and Tips for Parents and Students regarding Cyberbullying and Digital Citizenship
Common Sense Media has a number of resources for parents regarding anything digital. You can check them out for movie reviews and tips for helping your kids.Check out this FAMILY TIP SHEET for ways to talk with your kids about cyber-safety.
Also check out the FAMILY TOOLKIT on Common sense Media for a variety of resources that can help your family deal with digital matters, from how to log how long you are on the computer to how to dealing with sexting.
They are going to post information...here is a TOP TEN LIST for Common Sense Media to share with your kids to make sure they do the right thing.
Check out NETSMARTZ for quick information on a cyberbullying signs and symptoms.
Digital Safety: Staying Safe Online
Check here for information on digital safety and identity theft prevention from BudgetDirect
Is it really bullying?
We hear the word "bully" all the time...so much so that things are not bullying are called that. Click here for an interesting article on ‘Bullying’ & ‘peer victimization’: Clearer terms, better communication by Anne Collier.
Check STOPBULLYING.GOV for more resources