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Adolescent Girls and their Online Experiences

Adolescent girls tend to participate in more indirect, less visible forms of bullying, including psychological and emotional harassment (e.g., rumor spreading and other forms of relational aggression). Given the fact that the vast majority of cyberbullying behaviors involve these indirect forms of harassment, it makes sense that most research suggests that girls appear equally as…

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Safe and Responsible Social Media Presentation

This presentation is designed for educators and other youth-serving professionals who want to help adolescents make wise choices when participating on various social media. First, a foundation of the many positives and benefits of online social networking is laid while also exploring the developmental, emotional, and psychological reasons why teens have gravitated towards  these environments.…

Dr. Justin W. Patchin speaks about cyberbullying prevention

School Climate 2.0 Workshop

This presentation will help participants: • Realize the prevalence, scope, and frequency of cyberbullying, sexting, sextortion, digital dating violence, and digital self-harm among teens • Recognize the best ways adolescents can respond when they or others are harmed • Help students learn how to live a great story with their lives through their choices •…

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Comprehensive Community-Wide Cyberbullying Program

Are you interested in a cyberbullying “full-court press”? Start by completing the “Cyberbullying Report Card” located on page 255 of Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard (also available here). Once you have identified specific areas of concern, do something about them! Have key personnel read the book and respond to the discussion questions and staff development questions…