cyberbullying

Real People: Bullying, the Internet and You! (2005)

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The program is designed for educators to empower teens to use the internet without fear, and without resorting to mistreating anyone. By presenting the true stories of real teens who were bullied online, it challenges teens to realize that the person at the other end of the "enter" button is a real human being with the same feelings, hopes and needs as they have.

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00:22
Real People: Bullying, the Internet and You!

Harassment Workshop

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Viewers hear from their peers about diverse forms of harassment that are all-too-common on many school campuses. Real teens discuss their experiences with bullying, intimidation, exclusion from a social group, verbal abuse, name-calling, sexual harassment, hazing and Internet harassment also known as cyberbullying.

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High
Harassment Workshop

The Harassment Workshop (2006)

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Viewers hear from their peers about diverse forms of harassment that are all-too-common on many school campuses. Real teens discuss their experiences with bullying, intimidation, exclusion from a social group, verbal abuse, name-calling, sexual harassment, hazing and Internet harassment also known as cyberbullying.

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Middle
High
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00:19
The Harassment Workshop

B Careful When U Txt: The Dangers of Texting and Sexting

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A nasty rumor spreads through school with lightning speed. A bully’s taunt reaches its target instantly. A young teen is caught "sexting"—sending sexually explicit images or words over a cell phone. Today, kids no longer have to wait to get to a desktop computer to see and hear all the latest gossip.

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Middle
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00:19
B Careful When U Txt: The Dangers of Texting and Sexting

Me and My 500 "Friends": Staying Safe on Social Networks

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This timely program provides teens with an essential safety primer on using social networks such as Facebook. Through interviews with experts and real-life young people, teens learn that social networks can be a useful tool for communication and connection, but also pose significant risks.

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Middle
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00:20
Me and My 500

Stopping Cyberbullying

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With our ever-increasing technological advances in the mobile and Internet spheres, our ability to reach out and contact one another has expanded as well. We're always connected. But because of this, there has come an up tick in cyberbullying among kids and teenagers. Today, bullying can be anonymous and relentless. This volume aims to explain this painful problem that plagues so many young users and offers important guidance for understanding and stopping a cyberbully in their tracks.

Stopping Cyberbullying

Help Your Young Teen Understand Bullying (2008)

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Research shows that a majority of young teens report having bullied someone or have been bullied. Many do both. Few know how to handle it.

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Middle
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00:24
Help Your Young Teen Understand Bullying