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What are the consequences of cyberbullying?, How can we prevent cyberbullying?,The most used social media now is Instagram, where you can post photos of you or of something that you like. You can also make ‘stories’ in which you can put music, texts, emoticons, time and gifs. After Instagram, also called among teenagers like ‘insta’, we have Facebook that is really really similar to Instagram.,Because cyberbullying happens online, responding to it requires different approaches.,We should: 1. use less social media; 2. not share personal information; 3. block people who start making fun of you. If you are currently cyberbullied ask for help to the teachers or to your parents.,Yestodiversity,Horse racing 1,Matching 1,What can we do when cyberbullying happens?,Interactive games,What can teachers do?,Increase digital awareness,How can we prevent cyberbullying?,Social media apps and sites commonly used by children and teens,7,the big cyberbullying wall,Reward positive behavior,Videos,M. A. D.,Speak to the child,Autumn-Winter 2019,3,2,Teachers, school administrators, camp, community, and faith-based staff are in unique positions to use their skills and roles to create safe environments with positive social norms. They are also in positions where they may notice children’s behavior changes in group settings, like when a group or cluster of children focuses on another child, or other signs that cyberbullying may be occurring.,Speak to a parent,Posters,9,Crucipuzzle 2,Allforoneoneforall,1,Cyberultras,Group Assignment,Social exclusion,Tagging without permission,Terzo Comprensivo di Nocera Inferiore,Real Life Cyberbullying Horror Stories,6,4,10,Social media apps and sites commonly used by children and teens,Megan Meier,Persistent, Permanent, Hard to Notice,Cyberbullying messages and images can be posted anonymously and distributed quickly to a very wide audience. It can be difficult and sometimes impossible to trace the source. Deleting inappropriate messages, texts, and pictures is extremely difficult after they have been posted or sent.,Ludmasy,#special eition,StopCyberbullying,What are the consequences of cyberbullying?,5,What can parents do?,Encourage self-reflection,Kids who are being cyberbullied are often bullied in person as well. Cyberbullying can happen 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and reach a kid even when he or she is alone.,Cyberultras,Flaming,Impersonation and identity theft,6,Stop - Block - Tell,M.A.D.,The 3 girls,Matching 3,Hangman 1,Horse racing 2,Horse racing 4,Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as,What is cyberbullying?,8 Reasons Why Kids Cyberbully Others - Understanding the motives behind cyberbullying,school year 2019/2020PON 2014-2020,Why are people cyberbullies?,Posters,3,11,8,Another social is Twitter in which you can say whetever you want posting photos and retwitting other posts or comments. There’s also Tik Tok that isn’t a real social. On it you can upload music videos in which people can sing and dance. At the end we have Whatsapp, where we can chat with our friends, or in general with other people.,cartoons,Crossword,Games,Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.,7,What is cyberbullying?,Speaking avatars,Here we are!,8,If you notice warning signs that a child may be involved in cyberbullying, take steps to investigate that child’s digital behavior. Cyberbullying is a form of bullying, and adults should take the same approach to address it: support the child being bullied, address the bullying behavior of a participant, and show children that cyberbullying is taken seriously.,As a parent, you must also confirm that you are dealing with bullying behaviour. Ask yourself the following four questions: 1. Is your child specifically targeted on their own or is the behaviour targeted at a group of people? 2. Has this been happening over a period of time? 3. Is the behaviour part of a recurring pattern? 4. And, is the behaviour deliberately intended to harm or upset your child?,What can teachers do?,Here we are!,Why is cyberbullying different?,Hangman 2,Matching 2,Millionaire,Horse racing 3,M. A. D.,Sex re-posting,2,Parents know their children better than anyone. It means you are best placed to indentify and deal with any cyberbullying they may encounter. There are some tell tale signs associated with cyberbullying: If your child is avoiding school, or seems upset, sad or angry when or after using their phone or PC, it may be a sign of cyberbullying. If your child begins shunning the computer or becomes disinterested with technology, it could also be a sign, as is therapid switching of screens when you enter the room. ,The Best,Ludmasy,What can parents do?,The more digital platforms that a child uses, the more opportunities there are for being exposed to potential cyberbullying. An adult should support the child being cyberbullied, but sometimes that’s not enough. That’s why it’s better to prevent cyberbullying.But how?,What can we do when cyberbullying happens?,Kenneth Weishuhn,Crucipuzzle 1,You might look at the internet in private, but anything you share can quickly become very public. Knowing these five types of internet abuse—which have been used by cyberbullies to embarrass, exploit and harass others—as well as strategies for protecting yourself against them, can help you avoid running into problems.,What are common cyberbullying tactics?,What are common cyberbullying tactics?,Why is cyberbullying different?,Videos,1,Encourage peer involvement,Why are people cyberbullies?,ACROSTICS,The 3 Girls,5,4,There are things that you can do in the classroom or other group settings to address or prevent cyberbullying. ,Cyberultras,Real Life Cyberbullying Horror Stories,glossary,IT summary,well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.,It can happen any time of the day or night.,IT summary,glossary,glossary,IT summary,Cyberbullying happens for many of the same reasons as any other type of bullying, but it may be even more appealing because it can be done anonymously. Kids or teens may bully because they think it’s the best way to be popular, and hurting others makes them feel powerful. Kids or teens who are less socially successful may bully because it helps them cope with their low self-esteem, because they think it will help them fit in with their peers or because they have trouble empathizing with those they hurt. Sometimes people starts cyberbullying because they have some family problems, but that doesn’t mean they can hurt the others as they want! Some cyberbullies may think it’s normal and socially acceptable, especially when friends egg them on.,IT summary,glossary,glossary,IT summary,glossary,IT summary,Once you have confirmed that bullying is taking place, you should get in touch with your child’s school or youth organisation. Internet Service Providers should also be contacted and, if the cyberbullying is very serious, or potentially criminal, you should contact your local police. Encouraging your child to talk to you about cyberbullying is key to maintaining an open and positive environment which can help you deal with the situation. Responding negatively by barring internet use or a mobile phone can cause a lot of damage.,IT summary,glossary,IT summary,glossary,glossary,IT summary,Cell phones and computers themselves are not to blame for cyberbullying. Social media sites can be used for positive activities, like connecting kids with friends and family, helping students with school, and for entertainment. But these tools can also be used to hurt other people. Whether done in person or through technology, the effects of bullying are similar. Kids who are cyberbullied can:• Use alcohol and drugs• Skip school• Receive poor grades• Have lower self-esteem• Have more health problems,glossary,IT summary,glossary,IT summary,Memory,Yestodiversity,The Best,Ludmasy,M. A. D.,Ludmasy,The alphabet of cyberbullying,The Best,Yestodiversity,The alphabet of cyberbullying,Insieme contro il cyberbullismo,Cyberultras,Ludmasy,M. A. D.,Speaking avatars,Allforoneoneforall,The Best,Yestodiversity,The 3 Girls,Cyberbullismo,Cyberbullying