We have long thought that one of the best ways to deal with cyberbullying (from prevention through intervention) is to involve teens. Including youth is essential in any comprehensive and coordinated community response to cyberbullying. Earlier in the week Sameer posted a blog discussing the ways that older teens can be used to mentor their younger counterparts in learning how to use technology safely and responsibly. As a follow-up to that discussion, we just published a fact sheet that includes 10 ideas for practical activities that teens can easily do to work to prevent cyberbullying in their communities. This, however, is just a starting point. What other ideas do you have that can allow teens to get actively involved in preventing or responding to cyberbullying?