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Cyberbullying Resources



Willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.

Today there are many new technologies that allow us to connect to each other.  Cell phones, social media and the internet have allowed people to connect in ways that were previously unknown.  The advantages to this in education are tremendous! However with all the benefits, there are some "risks" also. One of them is "cyberbullying" , which is basically a continuation of traditional bullying. Except that cyberbullying is often anonymous and can happen anywhere.  Recognizing this fact, here are some great resources for parents to help identify cyberbullying and learn how to protect thier child.



KidsHealth.org: Cyberbullying

KidsHealth is the most-visited site on the Web for information about health, behavior, and development from birth through the teen years.

Kids Health has extensive information on cyberbullying, separate sections for parents, kids and teens.


Common Sense Media: Cyberbullying

Common Sense is dedicated to helping kids thrive in the world of media and technology

Common Sense Media has been a go-to spot for parents and educators who want to find appropriate content for children of all ages. The cyberbullying material includes answers from experts, articles and videos.


Together against Bullying

Strategy for parents and children to -prevent bullying, of all kinds.


Lots of great advice for kids and parents to help deal with bullying. The Cyberbullying page offers a definition, signs and behaviors to watch for, and tips for parents plus much more..


Cyberbullying Research Center

Dedicated to providing up-to-date information about nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. 


Updated frequently, this site contains extensive tips for parents, teens and educators. A TON of resources here! Check out the article: What To Do When Your Child is Cyberbullied: Top Ten Tips for Parents


CyberInsureOne works with trusted insurers to provide businesses with the right insurance as a protective measure against cyber risks.

Safety Tips from Cyber Insurance One.

Additional Info

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.“

- Eleanor Roosevelt. This Is My Story, 1937


Becoming an Upstander




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