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This classroom guidance lesson reviews forms of cyber bullying. Students participate in a "cross the room" activity to promote understanding of their peers' experiences with cyber bullying. Students debrief and share ideas for how they can create change amongst their social group by responding to si
This is a Google Slides, distance learning, internet safety lesson addresses: Keeping our personal information private, using our manners online - netiquette, cyberbullying tactics, and how to handle cyberbullying. These days, children spend a lot of time surfing the internet. From watching videos o
Teach 4th-5th grade students how to handle a cyberbully by learning basic cyberbullying vocabulary (bystander, upstander, ally, and cyberbully) with fun, rhyming language. Fun visuals and rhymes will appear to both visual and audio learners, and a fun ice breaker activity and small group break-out
This cyberbullying bundle provides an opportunity for students identify what cyberbullying behaviors look like and types o cyberbullying behaviors. It is perfect for high school and middle students to begin to make safer choices with their cyber behaviors and responsible social media use!This bundle
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Are you looking to help your students develop coping skills for cyber bullying with a self-directed, interactive lesson that provides immediate feedback?If you liked the popular Cyber Bullying PowerPoint and Printables lesson, you will love this one even more as it is completely self-directed and pe
Teach kids how to communicate using technology in an appropriate manner. For use with Grades 4-6.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"Netiquette" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) aligned with ASCA standards, including objective, procedures, materials list, and assessment instructions.►Printa
This lesson focuses on teaching students what is appropriate and inappropriate interactions on texting/social media. For use with Grades K-1.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"Should I Do It?" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) aligned with ASCA standards, including objective, procedures, ma
This lesson focuses on teaching students what is approprioate and inappropriate interactions on texting/social media. For use with Grades 2-3.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"Cyber Flags" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) aligned with ASCA standards, including objective, procedures, mate
This lesson focuses on teaching students what is appropriate and inappropriate interactions on texting/social media. In this lesson, students are placed in groups to act out a skit based on a scenario they've been given. For use with Grades 4-6.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"My Digital Skit" Act
This interactive lesson on offline & online bullying and meanness will have everyone's attention! This tried and true lesson, used and tweaked for 2 years before it's release, is now ready for YOU! This 5th/6th grade classroom lesson, "Bullying - What it is, What it isn't, and How to stop it Of
This Digital Citizenship, Cyberbullying, and Cybersafety digital lesson for distance learning engages upper elementary students and middle school students in learning about digital citizenship. This lesson is intended for distance learning/virtual learning, in-person instruction with 1:1 devices, or
This item is a lesson plan on cyberbullying. The item contains a read aloud think aloud, vocabulary, and assessments.
How To Deal With Cyberbullying is a fun and interactive PowerPoint or whiteboard lesson that teaches children about the dangers of cyberbullying and what to do if they or a friend are being cyberbullied.This lesson teaches kids tips such as:* Staying safe on the internet* Responsible social media us
In this no-prep cyberbullying presentation, 4th-8th grade students learn the definition of cyberbullying, what to do if they or someone they know is being cyberbullied, and learn the importance of being an upstander. The lesson features two videos, an engaging activity where students read fictitious
I used this last year with my fifth graders. Students are asked what they think cyber bullying is, and whether it hurts someone physically, emotionally, or psychologically. Students discuss why digital bullying is so much easier than hurting someone face-to-face. Students also read an article demons
Online safety: Cyber Bullying & Trolling . PSHE 2020 Lesson. Editable 25 slide PowerPoint, Lesson Assessment, Student Resources, Signposting to extra support services. Bonus Mindfulness Activity and much more.✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰Learning Outcomes:Describe the meaning of bully
In this age of digital learning, we need to make sure we are teaching our students about bullying AND cyber bullying. This school counseling lesson defines both, while also mentioning the difference between rude and mean behavior. There are interactive examples that can be used in online classes, to
This is a set of two cyberbullying assemblies - one for K to Grade 2 and one for Grades 3 to 5. They focus on explaining cyberbullying and giving the children the opportunity to discuss potential scenarios that could occur online. There is then also an independent task, in which the children can sho
This multi-use learning session, designed for KS2-3 students, deals with the topics of E-Safety & Cyber-Bullying: it is intended for use by PSHE/Health Educators. It is ideal for students aged 8-14.It uses an approach based around debates and discussions, it is student-driven instead of a more t
Teach kids how to communicate using technology in an appropriate manner. For use with Grades 2-3.INCLUDED IN THIS COMPRESSED FILE:►"Should I Send This E-Mail?" Activity (PDF File)►Lesson Plan (Word Doc) aligned with ASCA standards, including objective, procedures, materials list, and assessment inst
This lesson is a complete overview of "Cyber Bullying." A description of Cyber Bullying, causes and, effects, and what to do if a student is being cyber-bullied is covered. Prevention and characteristics of cyber-bullies is also included. Clip art, printables, no prep needed. Writing prompt, Art Ac
Grades:
5th - 12th, Adult Education
Complete lesson pack designed to educate learners about online bullying and spark class discussion on how it can be prevented. Great lesson for Anti-Bullying Day (May 4th). Includes a Powerpoint to help guide the teacher through the lesson in class along with worksheets and article. Learners can
This lesson can be done as a one off or as apart of a series on bullying and cyber bullying. It is written in the 3 part format. It includes a rubric and student assignment instructions as well.
Short PowerPoint that I use to talk to my students about cyber bullying prior to using the computers in class. Very basic but informative and easy to follow.

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