Cyberstalking and Bullying (DVD)

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With technology comes great freedom, but also great responsibility. Within seconds of logging on to a computer, children and teens may be exposed to graphic language, hurtful gossip, pornography, and predators.

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#9221  With technology comes great freedom, but also great responsibility. Within seconds of logging on to a computer, children and teens may be exposed to graphic language, hurtful gossip, pornography, and predators.

“Smart parents understand that if you live near water, you need to teach your child to swim,” a cybercamp director observes in this essential program. “If you live in the Internet age, you need to teach your child how to be safe online.”

Viewers meet Kylie, 14, who was kidnapped and held prisoner by an older man she met on the Internet. This program also examines cyberbullying. Young teens share stories about being the victims of embarrassing photos and cruel gossip spread on the Internet. One former cyberbully expresses regrets for her actions: “How could I have been so mean?”
Students points of view are used in order to have maximum credibility with their target school-age audiences.
Correlated to Health, At-Risk & Safety Standards in those states with Health & Safety Standards, and to Life Science (Human Body) standards in many other states (most states mandate substance abuse and other at-risk education at various places in their K-12 curricula)
Suitable for Grades 6-12. Viewing time: 20 minutes. 2007.

ICBC
#CE2612

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