Mobile Learning Q&A

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Where could I find resources to address cyberbullying wiith students?
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Common Sense Media is ...

Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.

We exist because our nation's children spend more time with media and digital activities than they do with their families or in school, which profoundly impacts their social, emotional, and physical development . As a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization, we provide trustworthy information and tools, as well as an independent forum, so that families can have a choice and a voice about the media they consume.

Alex Allen's picture

I have been using some of ...

I have been using some of the resources from the NSTeens website, all for free. 

http://www.nsteens.org/

Kateri Davis's picture

One of my favorite ...

One of my favorite resources is the Digital Passport web game by Common Sense Media.  https://www.digitalpassport.org/educator-registration

This addresses privacy, cellphone use, and cyberbullying nicely in a way that is indiviualized and fun for the students.  Plus teachers can see progress and scores.

Scott mcdonald's picture

Tim Chase originally ...

Tim Chase originally shared this video mmmmannnyyy years ago.  It is a great way to start a conversation in your class about cyber bullying.

 

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http://topics.nytimes.com/ ...

http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/c/cyberbullying/index.html

 

The New York Times has compiled a great resource page for cyberbullying that I often use with my undergraduate students. 

Annetta Evans's picture

Netsmartz is a good ...

Netsmartz is a good resource. I am creating a YouTube play list with the videos that I find to share with students.

Virginia Petitt's picture

Below are a list of ...

Below are a list of resources--including videos, websites, and apps—that will help schools, teachers, and parents combat cyberbullying. One method of engaging students and making learning meaningful would be to ask students to interact with a variety of resources and then to create an anticyberbullying video, slideshow, or poster and present it to the class, school, or at open house or parent conferences.

Curricula:

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Apps:

Meg Dean's picture

NETSMARTZ videos. They ...

NETSMARTZ videos. They have great videos for all age groups, information for parents, and a few lesson ideas, as well.