Cyberbullying : activities to help children and teens to stay safe in a texting, twittering, social networking world
By: Rogers, Vanessa.Publisher: London Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2010Description: 128 p. : ill. ; 21 x 15 cm.ISBN: 9781849051057.Subject(s): CYBERBULLYING | BULLYING | ADOLESCENTS | INTERNET | SOCIAL NETWORKS | ONLINE SAFETY | BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT | CHILDREN
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What is different about cyberbullying?
Different forms of cyberbullying
Ways to talk about cyberbullying
Digital technology warm up
Online acronym quiz
Cyberbullying : agree or disagree
Add a friend
Pass it on
What is cyberbullying?
Internet safety profile
Dear aunt cyber
Reasons not to tell
Private or personal?
Say what you mean!
Social networking today, interview tomorrow!
How I feel
Think, feel, do
"Children and teenagers text, network and twitter online as second nature, but when emails or texts are used to threaten, harass, intimidate or embarrass someone, they can turn from being a source of enjoyment to a source of crippling anxiety and fear. This approachable book is packed with advice, games and activities for groups and individuals to help young people understand what cyberbullying is, how they should behave online and how they can stay safe. The activities range from quizzes and competitions to storyboard games and art activities, and cover issues such as how easily personal information can be forwarded, the risks posed by unknown 'friends' on social networking sites, and how to discuss and deal with bullying issues. They are designed to encourage young people to think about their own behaviour and attitudes and give them the skills and knowledge to stay safe in a digital world. Particularly suited to children and teens aged 11+, this essential book will be an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, youth workers, and anyone working with young people who could be exposed to cyberbullying." - BOOK JACKET