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cyberbullying prevention

Digital best practices information sheet aligned with ISTE-s and ISTE-T Standards

Cyberbullying is best defined as: “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use
of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices”. As cyberbullying is
increasing due to the high usage of technology, it is essential to raise awareness of
the negative impact.

Those who are victimized by cyberbullying are often afraid or too embarrassed to
speak about it. Bullies may not recognize the serious harm they are causing due to
the silence of the victim. Serious harm includes low self-esteem, family problems,
academic difficulties, school violence, and delinquent behaviors. Cyberbullying is one
problem that will only get more serious if ignored (Sameer, H., Patchin, J.W.).

Get Involved Online Resources


Don’t become a part of cyberbullying, instead
Interesting and getting involved? Follow
support the person who is being bullied. For
these links to see how you can make a
more information on preventing cyberbullying
difference!
and what to do if you’re expecting
Safer Internet Day (SID, 2018) cyberbullying, click the following links:

Dove’s Self-Esteem Project (Unilever, 2018) Connect Safely (ConnectSafely, 2015).


CM: Parent Education Workshops (CM, 2018) Digital Citizenship (Ribble, 2018)
CM: Donation (CM, 2018) Caller Smart (Caller Smart, 2018)
End to Cyberbullying (End to Cyberbullying Inc.,
YouTube: Cyberbullying| End to Cyberbullying
2017)
Organization

Prevention Plan ISTE Standards


Acknowledging the importance of having a prevention ISTE-Standards for Students:
plan is a great start to cyber safety. Listed below 2b. Students engage in positive, safe, legal
are links to organization that will empower you to and ethical behavior when using technology,
teach preventative measures in the classroom. The including social interactions online or when
resources provided will include activities for students
using networked devices.
to utilize digital tools to empowering their peers to a
safer internet community. ISTE-Standards for Teachers:
Cyberbullying Help (CBH, 2018)
4a-d. Promote and model digital citizenship
and responsibility Teachers understand local
Edutopia (Obrien, 2011)
and global societal issues and responsibilities
BrainPop: Making a Plan (BrainPop,2018) in an evolving digital culture and exhibit legal
and ethical behavior in their professional
Dove Self-Esteem Project (Unilever, 2018)
practices (ISTE, 2018). https://www.iste.org
Cyberbully and E-safety E-book (Katz, 2012)