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NYT: Why Cyberbullying Rhetoric Misses the Mark [Danah Boyd] - 1 views

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    Following the recent death of a NY teen who committed suicide after being tormented by classmates, Dana Boyd reflects on the language of teens, who will frequently dismiss bullying as "stupid drama" in order to minimize its impact and save face because it distances both the perpetrators and the victims from pain. She recommends a focus on more positive concepts like "healthy relationships" and "digital citizenship" rather than the negative framing of bullying.
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How Privacy Vanishes Online, a Bit at a Time - 2 views

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    Computer scientists and policy experts say that such seemingly innocuous bits of self-revelation can increasingly be collected and reassembled by computers to help create a picture of a person's identity, sometimes down to the Social Security number.
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10 Ways to Promote Writing For an Authentic Audience - 0 views

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    Conversation starters with students from the NYT. Participating in an online discussion on events and issues in the news not only gives students a forum, but it also helps them build critical thinking, writing and news literacy skills and provides an opportunity to write for an authentic audience.
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What Can Be Done to Stop Bullying? - 1 views

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    Students, tell us what you think about the Phoebe Prince case and about your experiences with bullying. Why do you think students bully others? How can bullying be lessened or stopped? What, if anything, can teachers do? Have you ever been bullied? Have you ever bullied other kids? What is the climate like at your school - are students harassed and taunted? What can you do when you see another student being bullied?
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No Place for Bullies [Lesson Plan] - 1 views

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    In this lesson, students reflect on the bullying in their community, hold an anonymous discussion about bullying and suggest solutions to the problem.
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R U Talkin 2 Me? [Lesson Plan] - 0 views

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    "In this lesson, students analyze the effects of devices and protocols used to communicate and create posters highlighting their findings. They then write response papers exploring the future of these social networking methods."
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A Gesture Is Worth a Thousand Words [Netiquette Lesson Plan] - 1 views

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    In this lesson, students share observations about the nuances of spoken and written language. They then create comic strips that comment on problems that arise in electronic-based communications, and prepare a bill of rights outlining the rights and responsibilities of the online community.
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Phishing Tales - Lesson Plan - 0 views

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    In this lesson, students research different types of identity-theft fraud and ways to avoid falling victim to various scams. They then create focused public service announcements in different media, targeted to individuals most susceptible to consumer fraud.
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