Showing posts with label cyberbullying. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cyberbullying. Show all posts

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Good Video Lessons About Cyberbullying and Digital Privacy

Students in my school district, like students in many other school districts, have more unsupervised time on their hands than ever before. That factor combined with the general "cooped up" feeling that many are having as a result of measures prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community has led to an increase in cyberbullying this fall. In response to that I spent some time on Wednesday talking to my students about cyberbullying, how to spot it, and how to respond to it. I also made them watch this Planet Nutshell video about stopping cyberbullying. 

I've featured the Planet Nutshell NetSafe series in the past. For those who haven't seen it, it's a series of eighteen videos for K-12 students. There are videos specifically for elementary school and specifically for middle school and high school students. The videos cover topics like preventing cyberbullying, digital privacy, and the dangers of distracted driving. The videos were produced by Planet Nutshell in collaboration with the Utah Education Network. A few of the videos from the NetSafe series are embedded below. 

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Cyberbullying Explained by Common Craft

Lee and Sachi at Common Craft have released a new video that tackles a topic that every student, teacher, and parent should understand; cyberbullying. By watching Cyberbullying Explained by Common Craft viewers can learn how what cyberbullying is, how it happens, and the actions that students and adults can take to stop cyberbullying.

Applications for Education
I appreciate that the video includes a brief explanation of the effects of cyberbullying on students who are bullied online. The video also encourages students to be supportive of those bullied without using retaliatory behavior towards the bully.

Disclosure: Common Craft videos can be viewed online for review purposes, downloading or displaying them in your classroom requires a subscription. I have an in-kind business relationship with Common Craft.