Bullying done in the classroom to hurt another student.
Bullying done in the classroom using technology to hurt another student.
Bullying done in or out of the class room using cell phones, social networking, or email to hurt a student.
Bullying done outside the class room by adults.
Rumor Spreading and Photoshop
Happy-Slapping and Flamming & Trolling
Identity Theft and Physical Threat
All of the above are forms of cyberbulling
Editing a photo so that the main subject is embarrassed and humiliated.
Videotaping a person being bullied and posting it on the internet for public viewing.
Posting mean and hurtful posts intended to inflame a person's feelings.
Spreading gossip about a person via text, social media, or email.
The student is avoiding school and his/her's grades are declining.
The students is hesitant to open emails or text messages.
Both of the above are signs a student is being cyberbullied.
None of the above are signs a student is being cyberbullied.
Establish rules and enforce them.
Educate students on what cyberbullying is and why it is wrong.
Ensure students that all concerns will be taken seriously.
Make sure students know that cyberbullying will not be tolerated.
Encourage students to talk to adults about any concerns they may have.