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Laura Gunther Technology for School Counselors.  Bullying used to be considered a right of passage; something every student goes through at some point.

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1 Laura Gunther Technology for School Counselors

2  Bullying used to be considered a right of passage; something every student goes through at some point in his or her life (Jacobsen & Bauman, 2007).  Victims often experience physical, psychological and social problems stemming from the bullying (Jacobsen & Bauman, 2007).  “Frequency of exposure to bullying events was the greatest factor in predicting trauma level” (Carney, 2008).

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4  Set of 4 Sessions  Minutes  Students Per Class  Computer Access Required  Each lesson is evaluated on a 3 point scale, considering the students participation and quality of work.  Addresses National Standards under Personal/Social Development  Discovery Education Discovery Education

5  Cruel Schools Video  Student Survey  Defining “Bully”  Student Written Synopsis of Lesson Adapted from the Cruel Schools Lesson Plan, Connecting with Kids Network, Discovery Education, 2008.

6  Discuss making good decisions even when being bullied  Decision Making Action Plan scenarios in pairs  Pairs create PowerPoint Slide  Combine slides into PowerPoint slideshow  Class Discussion Adapted from the Cruel Schools Lesson Plan, Connecting with Kids Network, Discovery Education, 2008.

7  Reality Matters/Cruel Schools Handout  Pairs create a Bullying Prevention Poster to be displayed in the school Adapted from the Cruel Schools Lesson Plan, Connecting with Kids Network, Discovery Education, 2008.

8  Discuss Cyber Bullying  Public Service Announcements  “Class Code of Ethics for Internet Communication” Graffiti Poster  Give out the Internet Safety Strategies for Students handout Adapted from Cyber Bullying: A Prevention Curriculum For Grades 6-12: Scope and Sequence by Hazelden Foundation, 2008 and Cyber Bulling: Understanding and Addressing Online Cruelty, Anti-Defamation League, 2008.

9 Bullying via Instant Messaging, , Websites or Texting

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11 Adapted from Cyber Bullying: A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 6-12: Scope and Sequence by Hazelden Foundation, 2008.

12 Anonymity emboldens people to say things they normally wouldn’t. What Could You Do?

13  Picture yourself saying this to someone in person.  Could you? How would it feel?

14 The Internet may seem like a world separate and apart, with different rules and norms. What Could You Do?

15  Consider the real life outcomes and consequences that your actions could have.  Never engage in fantasy play without others’ consent and willing participation.

16 3. Look at me. Personal attacks are an easy way to attract attention; negative attention may be better than no attention. What Could You Do?

17  Reflect on how you really want others to view you.  Consider behaviors that will leave to positive attention and friendships.

18 4. Don’t mess with me. Retaliation online is less threatening than standing up to a foe in person. What Could You Do?

19  Consider whether revenge will actually solve your problems or make you feel better.  Talk to a trusted adult about proactive solutions.

20  Have rules for going online.  Limit use of the internet.  No message is completely private; Cyber Bullying can be traced back to you.  Your ISP could cancel your service if used inappropriately.  Never share private information with others.  Never share passwords or account IDs.  Never chat with strangers on the Internet. Adapted from Cyber Bullying: A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 6-12: Scope and Sequence by Hazelden Foundation, 2008.

21 Don’t be a victim

22  Don’t respond to bullying or inappropriate messages, but save them as evidence.  Discuss any incidents that make you feel uncomfortable with an adult.  Block the screen name, address, etc.  Always report!  When in doubt, ask for help. Adapted from Cyber Bullying: A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 6-12: Scope and Sequence by Hazelden Foundation, 2008.

23  Anti-Defamation League. (2008). Cyber bullying: Understanding and addressing online cruelty. Retrieved October 18, 2008, from  Carney, J.V. (2008). Perceptions of bullying and associated trauma during adolescence. Professional School Counseling, 11(3),  Connecting with Kids Network. (2008). Cruel Schools. Retrieved October 17, 2008, from  Hazelden Foundation. (2008). Cyber bullying: A prevention curriculum for grades 6-12: Scope and sequence. Retrieved October 19, 2008, from  Jacobsen, K.E. & Bauman, S. (2007). Bullying in schools: School counselors’ responses to three types of bullying incidents. Professional School Counseling, 11(1), 1-9.


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