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I am putting together a module about cyberbullying for high school students? Can anyone offer any suggestions of activities or websites they've used?

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What about posting several defintions of cyber bullying and askign students to create their own based on their personal expierences?

Hi Nicole:

 

The National Council for Crime Prevention has an abundance of resources for cyberbullying that includes podcasts and downladable content.  Here is the link:

http://www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying

 

Good luck!

 

Chris

I made a blog that I use with my 7th graders- feel free to take anything from this http://mybcd.org/internetsafety/  

I would also look at  http://www.athinline.org/  for HS kids... there's alot out there,  

Have you ever seen the work of Chrissy Harmon and her "Clueberry World"? She has completed a wonderful program concerning empowering youth with how to find their voice, change their life through overcoming obstacles and be happy by learning 8 powers of the mind.

I have not seen the work of her but I will check it out. Thanks!

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