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Susan P. Limber, Ph.D., and others
#9157 Although cyberbullying happens outside school, it affects what happens in school, contributing to poor school performance, depression, and in some extreme cases, even suicide. However, through this expanded and updated program, schools and students have found ways to protect themselves and their friends 24/7.
It includes a facilitator’s guide and a CD-ROM of reproducible handouts, posters, parent materials (in English and Spanish) and information on how to address cyberbullying in a comprehensive schoolwide prevention effort. The program is designed to:
- Raise students’ and parents’ awareness of what cyberbullying is and why it is so harmful.
- Equip students with the skills and resources to treat each other respectfully when using online tools.
- Give students information about how to get help if they, or others they know, are being cyberbullied.
- Teach students how to use technology in positive ways.
This very inexpensive, cost-effective program includes all materials in the facilitator’s guide and on the CD-ROM:
- Reproducible parent resources (in English and Spanish)
- Reproducible student fact sheet
- Program poster and all student handouts
- Resources to address cyberbullying school-wide (school policies, legal concerns, etc.)
- Peer leader training materials
- A short training on cyberbullying for program facilitators
Copyright 2014. $119.00. SPECIALS: 5 programs for $579.00; 10 programs for $1,099.00.
See also this related curriculum for grades 3-5: Cyberbullying: A Prevention Curriculum for Grades 3-5.