For parents and teens
For parents, this workbook offers practical strategies to take control when your teen is being cyberbullied and how to work with school administration and law enforcement to stop the harassment. For teens, it provides a clear road map to avoid being potentially cyberbullied, to recognize when you are unwittingly helping bullies do it to someone else and how to stand up as an ally for people who need your help the most.
For educators and school administrators
For educators, psychologists, school counselors, principals and superintendents, Cyberslammed provides classroom exercises on digital ethics and conflict resolution as a way to help teens learn that “it isn’t about the computer—it’s about the behavior.” For school administrators: it offers tools and resources to put a “top down response” in place to give educators and students the power to stop it before it can start.
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