(Source: infodigilit)Posted 11 months ago
I can use what I learned about cyber-bullying in real life to stop someone who is cyber-bullying another person. Knowing about the problem can help you solve one. I’ve never witnessed someone cyber-bullying somebody to the extreme, but I’ve seen small comments like “you’re ugly” and stuff. It’s important to take action and de-escalate a problem because it could reach something bad like a person committing suicide.
Have you ever encountered online cruelty?
-Yes, I have encountered online cruelty.
How do you think someone might feel after being the target of it?
-Someone who is a target for bullying probably feels like they’re alone and have nobody to talk to.
For next class please complete the following:
1. Finish your “dial it down map” using Popplet and post a link to it on your Tumblr as well as a link to the article or scenario you selected.
2. In a text post, please reflect on the following:
- How could you apply what you learned in class to…
(via kmartin15st)Posted 1 year ago
Complete the K (what do you KNOW) and the W (what do you WANT to know) below based on your knowledge of cyber-bullying.
K: Cyber-bullying is illegal, and it’s when someone bullies someone over the computer, texting, etc.
W: I want to know how to prevent the spread of cyber-bullying
L: I’ve learned that cyber-bullying is a very important matter because people are killing themselves.
To the best of your ability please define the following vocab words within the context of the topic of cyber-bullying.
Target: The person or persons being bullied
Offender: The person or persons who are doing the bullying
Bystander: A person or persons who watch someone getting bullied
Upstander: Someone who watches somebody getting bullied and does something about it
Escalate: When a situation gets worse
De-escalate: To diffuse a bad situation