What should you do if you realize your child’s friend is being cyberbullied? What if you find out your own child is a victim?Cyberbullying can happen 24/7 any place your child goes online, and the effects can be devastating. But there is lot you can do to protect your child and teach them to use the internet responsibly. When Cyberbullying Hits Home contains six interactive scenarios that take you through true-to-life situations youth face online. Click on a scenario to hear difficult conversations between parents and youth, choose the paths they should take, and see how families like yours tackle the challenges of the digital world.
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Click on a scenario to explore how families deal with challenges of social media and cyberbullying.
The Principal's Office: Talking to the school about digital conflict
Mr. Turner, a school principal, is approached by three different parents who are looking for guidance on issues of cyberbullying. What can the school do to address their situations, even when the cyberbullying occurs outside of school?
When Cyberbullying Hits Home was developed with funding from Award No. 3 SM054865-08 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Copyright © 2013 Education Development Center, Inc.