Resource Center Updates

Feel free to download and print and of the below resources. We will be updating the resource center again shortly while we are working with more partners and organizations to create educational materials.

 

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Responding to Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for educators.  A tip sheet for school educators that offers steps to effectively respond to minor incidents of online harassment and harmful cyberbullying attacks.

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Parent Scripts

Promote dialogue and discussion. Scripts for parents to help facilitate conversations with their teenagers about cyberbullying on social networking sites,  email and text messaging.

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Sexting Fact Sheet

A brief guide for educators and parents. This guide defines sexting and cites its frequency among teens.

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Preventing Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for parents. Tips to  keep your child safe online and to establish appropriate online behavior.

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Responding to Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for parents.  Steps to take if your child becomes a victim of cyberbullying.

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A-Z Cyberbullying Glossary

From the book “Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying” written by Dr. Sameer Hinduja and Dr. Justin W. Patchin of the Cyberbullying Research Center.

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Identification, Prevention and Response

This fact sheet answers the critical questions about cyberbullying and offers suggestions for everyone from youth to law enforcement.

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Cell Phone Safety

Top ten tips for teens. #1. Only give out your number to people you know you can trust.

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Social Network Strategies

Safe and responsible social networking strategies to keep yourself safe online.

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Password Safety

Top ten tips for teens. #1. Never, ever give your password or cell phone unlock code to a friend.

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