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Common Sense Media: What's Cyberbullying?
This animated video explains bullying and cyberbullying. The video also describes some things students can do if they see bullying. There are lesson plans linked below the video description.
This is a video directed to teachers and parents with tips for helping teens avoid and deal with digital harassment.
Haters and Trolls
Here's a video with tips for how to deal with haters and trolls online.
How to Take a Screenshot
There are methods here for Android, Mac, PC, iPhone and websites. There are also instructions for Chrome OS (for use with a Chromebook).
Impact: How to Make a Difference When You Witness Bullying Online
This program (grade 7-9) provides advice for youth and educators in cyberbullying situations. The resources include an online tool that helps students choose effective strategies for cyberbullying situations, corresponding lessons, and a series of printable posters for the classroom.
MediaSmarts: Be Respectful, Patient and Kind
This tip sheet was created from the responses of youth. They were asked for tips on how to make the online world better for everyone.
MediaSmarts: First Do No Harm: How to be an active witness
This tip sheet offers great advice for those who are witnesses to bullying. "When you see or hear bad things happening online, you have a lot of power to make things better – or worse."
MediaSmarts: Ten Tiny Ways You Can Make the World a Better Place
This great tip sheet about kindness was created by MediaSmarts and Shaw Communications, with contributions from Canadian youth.
MediaSmarts: Understanding Cyberbullying: Virtual vs. Physical Worlds
This lesson plan, for grades 7 and 8, helps to explore how online communication and cyberbullying can influence or contribute to bullying in the physical world. The lesson provides detailed information for class activities.
MediaSmarts: What to do if someone is mean to you
This is a great tip sheet for parents and teachers to keep handy because it includes links for how to take a screenshot and report cyberbullying.
To This Day Project by Shane Koyczan
This is a powerful and beautiful slam poem by Shane Koyczan. The animated poem describes how bullying touches us all. There is a short quiz in the Think section and additional information about Shane in Dig Deeper.
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