$20.00

Presenter: Responsive Learning
Core Area: Compliance
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary 
Hours: 1

Students spend more and more time on the internet in both social and academic capacities. With this increase in internet usage, cyberbullying has become more prominent. Cyberbullying has many of the same characteristics as in-person bullying, but presents some unique challenges due to the digital nature of the formats in which it takes place. This 1-hour course covers the different types of cyberbullying, how to address them, as well as educators’ ethical and legal responsibilities.

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With students spending more and more time on the internet, cyberbullying has become a prominent issue in the modern classroom. Cyberbullying has many of the same characteristics, and involves many of the same behaviors, as in-person bullying but presents some unique challenges due to the digital nature of the formats in which it takes place.
In this 1-hour course, you will learn:
  • What cyberbullying is 
  • Your legal and ethical obligations
  • How to address different types of cyberbullying as an educator
  • Implications for technology in the classroom

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