Digital Compass is a one-of-a-kind online game that gives middle school students the independence to discover the implications of their online decisions. This is a great tool for teachers to implement into an independent center or station as students assume the roles of interactive characters while learning the basics of digital citizenship. As students navigate through digital dilemmas, they engage in possible solutions through stories and short games.
Through this site, elementary teachers can create a culture of kindness in their classroom with free Elmer resources. The author, David McKee, delves into critical themes that promote a climate of kindness at school using the character of Elmer the elephant. There are several popular Elmer books included in this unit. This site shows you how to implement this book series as part of an anti-bullying initiative in an effort to create a safe, friendly learning condition for all children.
You can use this kit to teach students about cyberbullying and acceptable online behavior. Materials are available for elementary, middle, and high school students. Resources will show students how to stand up when they witness digital harassment while helping you cultivate a positive school climate where kids succeed online and in the classroom. For each grade level, there are two cyberbullying lessons available and a ‘workshop in a box’ to heighten parent participation in your efforts.
Here is another site for kids, parents, and teachers. It has a large assortment of resources to help you understand cyber-bullying, help to prevent this cruel behavior, and help victims and parents cope with the aftermath of cyber-bullying.
This site is designed for teens, parents, and teachers. It is filled with great articles, videos, and information on cyber-bullying. If cyber-bullying is a concern for you, you should definitely review this website.
The Pew Research Center compiled data from surveys to create this report. It has some astonishing information on teens and cyber-bullying. I had to read it twice to fully digest all of the information being presented.