Most generally, the term bullying is equated to the concept of harassment, which is a form of unprovoked aggression often directed repeatedly toward another individual or group of individuals. However, bullying tends to become more insidious as it continues over time and may be better equated to violence rather than harassment. Accordingly, Erling Roland states…
This talk will teach educators how to lead students in transforming their schools and communities through bullying prevention and kindness initiatives.
This talk will teach administrators how to structure their policies, programs, and practices to respond to cyberbullying and promote appropriate student interactions.
This talk will teach participants to help educators form an alliance with parents to address bullying and cyberbullying where both realize they need to work together.
This presentation stresses the importance of digital reputations and the (mis)use of social media, and helps you teach them how to represent themselves positively online.
This talk will teach participants to learn what the research currently says about the prevalence, motivations, and implications of sexting…
Full of practical, research-based strategies and solutions, we help school administrators and educators learn what they need to know.
The Cyberbullying Research Center provides a half-day (3 classroom hour) workshop for educators to learn how students use and misuse technology.
This adult presentation provides an overview of ways teens use & misuse technology. It also discusses what adults can do to help children be safe online.
Our high school assembly seeks to give students the information and tools to use technology safely, responsibly, and appropriately.
It’s important to empower student leaders at school to set the tone of appropriate offline and online behaviors for a ll. Here’s how.
This assembly for middle school students covers cyberbullying as well as the safe and responsible use of social media apps and websites.
This presentation is designed for upper elementary students (in grades 3-5) who need a general introduction to the safe and responsible use of technology.
This presentation is designed for lower elementary students (in grades K-2) whose emerging technology use must be encouraged with wisdom and direction.
In a world where bullying and cyberbullying is commonplace, we must help foster resilience in our students. We share why, and exactly how to do it in this keynote presentation.
Discusses the reality of cyberbullying victimization among those on the autism spectrum, and provides strategies and solutions to support and equip this population.
Specifically for student athletes, we cover the importance of digital reputations and provide numerous strategies for how they can represent themselves positively online.
This presentation focuses on digital reputation issues, and provides clear, helpful strategies for how students can set themselves up for success by how they present themselves online.
This presentation will help university staff address cyberbullying and other forms of social media abuse through identification, prevention, and response strategies relevant to college students.
This workshop is designed to bring law enforcement officers up to speed about the ways teens are using and misusing technology.
Cyberbullying happens every day. Harsh words and damaging photos exchanged through texts, email, or social media can result in humiliation, broken friendships, punishment at school, and even legal prosecution. In some cases, online harassment has contributed to teen suicide and a number of other behavioral and emotional problems. Faced with this frightening phenomenon, parents, educators,…
This Fact Sheet provides a summary of important court cases and pending legislation that can help school districts evaluate and improve their current cyberbullying policies. Hinduja, S. & Patchin, J.W. (2015). Cyberbullying legislation and case law: Implications for school policy and practice. Cyberbullying Research Center. Retrieved [insert date], from https://cyberbullying.org/cyberbullying-legal-issues.pdf Download PDF
“What is Cyberbullying?” is one of the most frequent questions we are asked because many know what it is when it happens, but have trouble wrapping succinct descriptive words around it. Formally, we define it as “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices” (from Bullying Beyond…