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Cyberbullying vs. traditional bullying. Cyberbullying is a growing problem because in-creasing numbers of kids are using and have com-pletely embraced online interactivity.


Educator’s Guide to Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is being cruel to others by sending or posting harmful material or engaging in other forms of social aggression using the Internet or other digital technologies.


Cyberbullying may already have affected your child. According to recent studies, 15.5 percent of high school students and 24 percent of middle school students said they have been targeted by...


Cyberbullying Facts
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology, such as chat rooms, instant messaging, social media, or other forms of digital electronic communication1.


Bullying in America
2 “Cyberbullying Research Center, Cyberbullying Facts,” Cyberbullying Research Center 3 “SAMHSA: Bullying and Suicide,” Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration...


How School Administrators Can Engage and Include Others
Anti-Defamation League’s Bullying and Cyberbullying Prevention Strategies and Resources – This website provides links to tipsheets and other resources for educators and administrators, including...


When Cyberbullying and Bullying Meet Gaming: A
Cyberbullying. Bullying. Common Factors. Interactions. Gaming and Aggression in General. Citation: Qing L (2015) When Cyberbullying and Bullying Meet Gaming: A systemic Review of the...


Overview of Cyberbullying
Overview of Cyberbullying. White House Conference on Bullying Prevention White Paper March Cyberbullying Research Center www.cyberbullying.us Kids have been bullying each other for...


Cyberbullying: Understanding and Addressing Online Cruelty. Research on Cyberbullying. According to Cox Communications and the Pew Internet & American Life Project, 95% of youth (teens...


Cyberbullying (online bullying)
Cyberbullying (online bullying). Summary. Cyberbullying is when technology is used to hurt or embarrass someone or to make them afraid. Instant messaging, text messages, email...