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Cyberbullying Guide for Parents

A quick guide that defines cyberbullying, lists warning signs and provides tips for preventing and responding to cyberbullying. Source: CyberBullyHelp
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Cyberbullying Fact Sheet

Common chat room and texting abbreviations. Decipher what your kids are saying on social media, chat rooms and texting. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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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. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Sexting Fact Sheet

A brief guide for educators and parents. This guide defines sexting and cites its frequency among teens. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Preventing Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for parents. Tips to  keep your child safe online and to establish appropriate online behavior. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Responding to Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for parents.  Steps to take if your child becomes a victim of cyberbullying. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Tips for Victims of Cyberbullies

Mary Kay Hoal gives tips for cyberbullying victims. Source:Kids In The House
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When Your Child is a Cyberbully

Mary Kay Hoal discusses what to do if your child is a cyberbully. Source: Kids In The House 
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Cyberbullying: 5 Steps to Combating and Documenting

5 Strategies if your child is dealing with cyberbullying at school. Source: Yoursphere for Parents
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Dealing with the Bullies

What to do: Avoiding, Recording and Reporting. Source: Yoursphere for Parents
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Cyberslammed

Cyberslammed: Understand, Prevent, Combat And Transform The Most Common Cyberbullying Tactics provides practical strategies to take control of six of the most harmful digital conflicts that teenagers face today.
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uKnowKids.com Parenting Tools

Free trial of powerful real-time dashboard that enables parents to keep their finger on the pulse of their child’s digital and mobile activities.
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Kevin Healey Autism Awareness

Kevin has been campaigning for better services and support for people with an Autistic spectrum Condition for over a decade. Kevin speaks of his experience; “For far too long now, adults on the spectrum have been targeted by bullies. I am a victim of bullying, from a child to a teenager, to now a grown adult at 38. Cyber bullying has become so severe; I have even received death threats.
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The ABC’s of Cyberbullying

For students: An A-Z list that explains cyberbullying behavior and how to prevent it. Source: CyberBullyHelp
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Social Network Strategies

Safe and responsible social networking strategies to keep yourself safe online. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Screenshots

How to take a screenshot to preserve evidence of cyberbullying. Learn how to take a screenshot of your computer window on both Windows and Apple. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Personal Publishing

Student’s guide. Issues to consider and guidelines to follow when posting personal information online. Protect your reputation and stay safe. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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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. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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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. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Preventing Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for teens. #1. Educate yourself. To prevent cyberbullying, you must understand exactly what it is.Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Responding to Cyberbullying

Top ten tips for teens. #1. Talk about it. Tell someone if you’re the target of cyberbullying.Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Ugly: The Story of a Bullied Girl

Kate McHugh suffered for six years at the hands of her peers as a victim of bullying. She was harassed, humiliated, and physically assaulted. She was the subject of vicious rumors, exclusion, and was cyberbullied.
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Cyberslammed

Cyberslammed: Understand, Prevent, Combat And Transform The Most Common Cyberbullying Tactics provides practical strategies to take control of six of the most harmful digital conflicts that teenagers face today.
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Make a Choice Not to Bully

What Do You Choose?
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Kevin Healey Autism Awareness

Kevin has been campaigning for better services and support for people with an Autistic spectrum Condition for over a decade. Kevin speaks of his experience; “For far too long now, adults on the spectrum have been targeted by bullies. I am a victim of bullying, from a child to a teenager, to now a grown adult at 38. Cyber bullying has become so severe; I have even received death threats.”
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Student Voices

Student Voices is an Emmy Award winning show produced by Comcast. These segments highlight cyberbullying where teens discuss their personal experiences of being cyberbullied, identify safety tips, and discuss how and when to make a report. Source: iKeepSafe

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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.Source: 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. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Sexting Fact Sheet

A brief guide for educators and parents. This guide defines sexting and cites its frequency among teens. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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Preventing Cyberbullying

 Top ten tips for educators to equip their school against online harassment and bullying. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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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. Source: Cyberbullying Research Center
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‘I Choose’ Anti-Bullying Campaign

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Cyberslammed

Cyberslammed: Understand, Prevent, Combat And Transform The Most Common Cyberbullying Tactics provides practical strategies to take control of six of the most harmful digital conflicts that teenagers face today.
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Kevin Healey Autism Awareness

Kevin has been campaigning for better services and support for people with an Autistic spectrum Condition for over a decade. Kevin speaks of his experience; “For far too long now, adults on the spectrum have been targeted by bullies. I am a victim of bullying, from a child to a teenager, to now a grown adult at 38. Cyber bullying has become so severe; I have even received death threats.”
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