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"A cyberbullying film resource for 11 to 15 year olds."
Source: Childnet International
In this resource you will find ways to infuse the curriculum into your instructional practice. Resources include English, Math, Science,Social Studies and Language Arts. Source: Manitoba Education
In this lesson, students will increase their awareness of the problem of cyberbullying and consider what motivates young people to participate in online cruelty. Source: Anti-Defamation League
Cyberbullying information for children. Source: Wired Kids Inc.
Students are introduced to the concept of social networking and how to decide what information is safe and appropriate to share. Source: Common Sense Media Inc.
Students explore the world of cyberbullying.Examine the effects of cyberbullying and build a class pledge. Source: Digital Literacy and Citizenship in a Connected Culture