Cyberbullying is difficult to control and manage. A big part of controlling and managing cyberbullying is to educate parents and kids about internet safety. Parents must have open lines of communication with their children. Phone usage, text messaging, and computer usage must be monitored. If left unchecked, more severe consequences can occur.
Check out these websites for information on internet safety: www.WebWiseKids.org
And check at your school, my school offers optional technology after school classes available for 3rd + graders. It's free, informative and parents can attend.
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Cyberbullying is a chapter in my book on bullying but we are giving the chapter on cyberbullying as a FREE report. If it is not up yet, it will be in a week.
It will tell you specific things to do to stop the spread.
Cyberbullying is not only the fastest growing of all bullying but the most serious.
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Most websites have a way to report bullying to them. They can block the bully from posting. You should also always tell an adult if you are feeling bullied. Do not respond to the bully, but instead block the bully from contacting you.