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1. Understanding cyberbullying
1.1 WHAT IS CYBERBULLYING AND WHY DO SCHOOLS NEED TO TAKE IT SERIOUSLY?
1.2 THE CONTEXT: YOUNG PEOPLE AND TECHNOLOGY
1.3 FORMS THAT CYBERBULLYING CAN TAKE
1.4 HOW IS CYBERBULLYING DIFFERENT TO OTHER FORMS OF BULLYING?
1.5 BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE TECHNOLOGY
2.1 TAKING A WHOLE-SCHOOL COMMUNITY APPROACH
• Understanding and talking about cyberbullying
2.2 UNDERSTANDING AND TALKING ABOUT CYBERBULLYING
2.3 UPDATING EXISTING POLICIES AND PRACTICES
2.4 MAKING REPORTING CYBERBULLYING EASIER
2.5 PROMOTING THE POSITIVE USE OF TECHNOLOGY
2.6 EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF PREVENTION ACTIVITIES
3. Responding to cyberbullying
3.1 CYBERBULLYING IS A FORM OF BULLYING
• Supporting the person being bullied
3.2 SUPPORT FOR THE PERSON BEING BULLIED
3.3 INVESTIGATION
3.4 WORKING WITH THE BULLY AND APPLYING SANCTIONS
A. Key advice to parents and carers on cyberbullying
b. Key advice to children and young people on cyberbullying
c. What children and young people say
D. Useful websites and resources
e. Case study: letter inviting parents to cyberbullying information event
F. Case study: information letter on sanctions
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Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying

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Published by: Ruth Barbosa on Mar 14, 2013
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