What Really Puts Your Students At Risk Online?

Dr. Patricia Agatston, Ph.D., co-author of the book, Cyber Bullying: Bullying in the Digital Age and licensed professional counsellor and prevention specialist in Goergia, discusses students and technology use, what puts youth at risk online, the key components of cyberbullying behavior, six key findings from the field of prevention, and what you can do as an educator to help keep kids safe.
Video length – 34:41

Student collaborative project on Internet safety

A very good example of how students leave themselves open to Internet preditors and become vulnerable to unsafe internet activities from slide 12. Approriate to show to students ages 8-10 yrs. old.

Consequences: Assembly for 11-16 yr. olds

Bold discussion about teens posting pictures of themselves on the Internet and how this can lead to being involved in activity that have serious consequences.

Changing the laws to stop cyberbullying

One family's sad story of cyberbullying that has led to action to the laws that affect Internet activity.