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Cyber Bullying By: Austin Hernandez Derek Williamson and Trevor Walk
Yes VERY scary! Cyber bullying can be scary.
But there are a few tricks to prevent cyber bullying.
STOP! o Don’t do anything. o Take 5 to calm down.
BLOCK! o Block the cyber bully or limit all communications to those on your buddy list.
TELL! o Tell a trusted adult. You don’t have to face this alone.
You’re right! Let’s get them Patrick !!!
Spongebob and Patrick to the rescue! Yeah let’s do it!! Report cyber bullies to wiredsafety.org
Bring it on cyber bully! I’m sorry please don’t report me.
Welcome Active Listening Online Tutoring Training Workshop
If I could be where you are
Cyber Time Fifth Grade. Personal Information Don’t share your parents’ information Don’t give your password for a website to anyone.
Cyber Time How to stay safe online. Kindergarten.
Cyber Time First Grade.
Cyber Time 3 rd grade. Personal Information -Don’t post your , address, or your cell phone number. -Don’t share your last name online. -Don’t post.
Cyber Time Welcome! Using technology can be dangerous, these are some ways to stay safe! 1st grade.
Cyber Time Kindergarten. Personal Information Is ok to share: – Favorite color – Favorite food – Likes and dislikes NOT ok to share – Your FULL name –
Cyber Time Kaitlyn Bergen Kindergarten. Personal Information When you are online, never post: -Your address. -Your full name. -Your phone number.
Cyber Time! Third Grade!.
NO YES Question 3 Question 2 Question 1 Topic 1 Next Topic 1.
By Callum Piper. If you are sent a mean text or , what do you do? Sit and cry? Or, you could tell your parents or another responsible adult you trust.
TP First Day Of My Life Melanie C So I found a reason to stay alive, Try a little harder, see the other side.
A Classroom Presentation from the Members of THE G-HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Say No to Bullying.
Module 4: Intervention. Learning outcomes of Module 4 1)Learning how to react in the case of bullying and cyber-bullying 2)Learning how to report bullying.
Self and Peer Self and Peer Have you remembered the target for the lesson? Yes!I’m not sure!No! start again! start again!
The different types of bullying
I would like to invite you to a barbeque this weekend
What to do when bullying occurs. * Please hold your questions until the end of this presentation. * Please come up to us, and we can answer your questions.
What Rule Is It Anyway?. My Rules For Internet Safety 1.I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused. 2.I will ask.
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