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Cyber-Bullying: Tips for Parents

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Cyberbullying - digizen.org Here you will find key resources to help address the issue of cyberbullying. These include Childnet's cyberbullying film, Let’s Fight It Together, and a unique drama documentary produced by students with accompanying lesson plan. 1) Let's Fight It Together What we can ALL do to prevent cyberbullying is an award winning film produced by Childnet for the Department for Children Schools and Families to help sensitise young people to the pain and hurt which can be caused by cyberbullying. You are able to view the film online or order a copy here . A full Teachers’ Guide and lesson plan has been produced by Childnet for teachers to help in the preparation of showing this film and looking at the issues of cyberbullying which the film addresses. Upon viewing the film please fill in the online evaluation form . 2) Student Drama 'Laugh at it, you're part of it' Documentary in which Students record their responses to cyberbullying with extracts from their devised drama. 3) Digizen interactive

Before you post think Bitstrips pour écoles : défi bd de Lutte contre l’intimidation Grade Level:Primary, Intermediate, Secondary Activity Template Description In this Stop Bullying activity, students imagine that they're the bully, and show how they would react upon seeing the effects of their actions on another student. Student Instructions Verbal bullying means using words to intentionally cause harm to another person, and includes name-calling, ridicule and teasing. Read the first panel of this comic and imagine that YOU are the one doing the bullying. Be sure to pose your characters, and use the eye and emotion controls to bring them to life. Teaching Tips Students will be able to design their personal avatars once they start this activity, and it will appear inside the template comic automatically.

Teach Your Kids the Secrets of Smart Web Searching Help Your Child Search the Web Like a Pro “Let’s google dinosaurs.” Sound familiar? Searching the Web is so commonplace that even young children know what it means to “google.” But when your children really need to do research for a report – or dive deeper into a subject they’re interested in – it helps to know some strategies for improving their results. Effective online searching can make a huge difference in the quality and relevance of the content your children find on the Internet. Why It Matters Everyone knows there’s a huge amount of data on the Internet. Different search engines work differently. Finally, the links that come up in searches may have some strings attached – not to the research topic, but to advertisers. Smart searching will help avoid a lot of wasted time. Tips for Effective Online Searches Choose your search terms carefully. Adding more words can narrow a search. Use synonyms! Point out sponsored links. Be aware of your browser's safe-search settings. Write "site."

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