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1 Copyright 2011 The ABC’s of Cyber Bullying Patricia Agatston, Ph.D.

2 A is for Avoid Copyright 2011 Avoid posting or sending mean comments toward others online.

3 B is for Block Copyright 2011 Block the senders who repeatedly send nasty comments or messages to you.

4 C is for Clarify Copyright 2011 Clarify the intent of a message that bothers you. Maybe the sender was just joking.

5 D is for Delete Copyright 2011 Delete mean messages or comments, but be sure to save a copy of the evidence should the cyber bullying continue.

6 E is for Encourage Copyright 2011 Encourage your friends to post positive comments and messages online.

7 F is for Forward Copyright 2011 Forward abusive messages to the internet service provider so that it can warn the abuser.

8 G is for Generate Copyright 2011 Generate a positive cyber atmosphere by avoiding disrespectful treatment of others.

9 H is for Help Copyright 2011 Help others who are targeted by posting positive or encouraging messages.

10 I is for Invite Copyright 2011 Invite a classmate who has been targeted online to participate in an activity with you.

11 J is for Join Copyright 2011 Join with others to stamp out cyber bullying by addressing it in student leadership groups.

12 K is for Keep Copyright 2011 Keep a record or log of cyber bullying incidents to assist you in reporting the incidents.

13 L is for limit Copyright 2011 Limit the “friends” on your social networking sites or buddy lists to people you know in the real world.

14 M is for Make Copyright 2011 Make a public service announcement or start a campaign in your school to prevent cyber bullying.

15 N is for Name Copyright 2011 Name aggressive, mean, online behavior as cyber bullying when you see it. It is not just “playing around.”

16 O is for Open Copyright 2011 Open your eyes to bullying incidents everywhere.

17 P is for Protect Copyright 2011 Protect yourself by using the privacy features on social networking sites.

18 Q is for Quickly Copyright 2011 Quickly report cyber bullying that includes threats of violence or self-harm, sexual exploitation, or harassment. Report to a trusted adult or the police.

19 R is for Respect Copyright 2011 Respect others in the real world and the digital world.

20 S is for Support Copyright 2011 Support targets of bullying online and in the real world through words of support and offers of help.

21 T is for Tell Copyright 2011 Tell an adult at home and at school if you or your classmates are being cyber bullied.

22 U is for Understand Copyright 2011 Understand how words can be weapons and choose yours wisely.

23 V is for Verify Copyright 2011 Verify with the sender that it is okay before you forward their message to others.

24 W is for Write Copyright 2011 Write an article for the school newspaper about cyber bullying to educate other students about this problem.

25 X is for “Xamine” Copyright 2011 “X” amine your own behavior online. Treat others as you would like to be treated

26 Y is for Yelling Copyright 2011 Yelling online is viewed as rude. Avoid typing in all caps.

27 Z is for Zip Copyright 2011 Zip your lips and your keyboard when it comes to gossip and rumors!

28 The ABC’s of Cyber Bullying Copyright 2011 Developed by Patricia Agatston, Ph.D. Permission is granted to use this power point presentation for educational purposes. Please acknowledge Dr. Agatston as the author.

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