Cyberbullying Resources

The best way to deflect cyberbullying? Through positivity.

Now it’s time to create your own positive prevention…

Student Rubric: Bullying- Positive Prevention

Some examples from the StopBullying.gov Tumblr page

Can be a poster, meme, website, video game (like Herotopia), blog, infographic, up to you!

Here’s my favorite…

You can also check out some of these other resources and go from there.

Jeremiah and the West High Bros

Word spread fast about what they were doing, and they ended up on The Today Show…

Where does bullying happen, and how should it be monitored?

Here’s a good article on the ask.fm controversy

Additional bullying prevention websites:

The It Gets Better Project (great example of using social media to spread positivity)

Teens Against Bullying

BeatBullying.org

One of my favorite examples from the Think Before You Speak Campaign:

The amount of resources out there are endless. Keep yourself informed and empowered, and you can really make an impact in your community.

 

 

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