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Inside Cyberbullying – Infographic

Cyberbullying

We’re all familiar with the concept of a bully.  However, as teenagers and pre-teens become more connected, the old view of the big kid shaking down a little one for lunch money has gone and is slowly being replaced by a more subtle, harder to track, and disturbing trend — cyberbullying, defined as “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.” [VIA]

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Cyberbullying
Source: Best Education Degrees

 
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Posted by on January 16, 2014 in Infographics

 

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Cyberbullying: Hazard or Hype? – Infographic

Cyberbullying

From time immemorial bullying has occurred.  Most of us think of bullying as occurring in the lunch room or in the school yard exclusively.  It can be either verbal or physical, but the stereotype still remains that there is the large, domineering kid pushing around the weaker child for lunchmoney.  However, this is not the case anymore.  Many children (and adults) are turning to the anonymity of the Internet to harass and intimidate as never before.  Today’s infographic examines the rise in cyberbullying, how it is done, the effects of the bullying, and how it compared to more “traditional” forms of bullying. [VIA]

Cyberbullying: Hazard or Hype?

 
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Posted by on April 29, 2013 in Infographics

 

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Student Bullying — Infographic

Understanding Student Bullying

Every educator today needs to be aware of the problem of student bullying, both online and off today.  Just about every state has comprehensive harassment, bullying, and intimidation (HIB) laws that detail the need to intervene, report, and seek help when we overhear, see or otherwise become aware of these issues in school.  Today’s infographic presents this problem in a different way for you.  Share with staff or post in classrooms or in teacher handouts to help spread the awareness of this problem and encourage intervention.

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Graphic via Answers for Special Kids

 
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Posted by on January 3, 2013 in Infographics

 

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