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Winnie Milner

GameOn: Cybersmart - 7 views

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    "#GameOn is a cybersafety video series following the online experiences of a group of lower secondary students. Over five short episodes, the students find themselves in situations that catch them off-guard and teach them the consequences of making poor decisions online."
John Pearce

Bully Stoppers - 3 views

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    "Bu​llying is a serious issue for everyone in a school community. It can happen anywhere, anytime, and can have devastating consequences. Any child can be bullied. That is why Bully Stoppers calls on all Victorians to make a stand and lend a hand to prevent and respond to bullying behaviour. Bully Stoppers supports students, parents, teachers and principals in working together to make sure schools are safe and supportive places, where everyone is empowered to help reduce the incidence of bullying in all Victorian schools."
John Pearce

Connecting Families| Common Sense Media - 0 views

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    "From cyberbullying and photo sharing to digital footprints and online safety, the Connecting Families program helps parents and kids address important topics and have meaningful conversations about making great choices in their digital lives. This free, year long program includes everything parent facilitators need to encourage their schools and communities to use connected technologies in ways that are both fun and safe. Our resources include a step-by-step hosting guide, conversation topics, and printable resources to share -- all carefully researched and crafted by Common Sense educational technology experts. Get started with the Program Overview, and then follow the steps below."
John Pearce

Cyberbullying Is Only Half As Prevalent As Traditional Forms Of Bullying: Study | Busin... - 1 views

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    "Bullying online is only half as common as traditional forms of bullying, according to a two-year study of research around the world. Kathryn Modecki from Murdoch University in Perth and colleagues looked at all existing studies measuring traditional and cyberbullying among adolescents. "We found that despite popular thought, cyberbullying was only half as common as traditional forms of bullying with about 15 per cent of adolescents reporting either cyber perpetration or victimisation compared to around 30 per cent for traditional bullying," Dr Modecki said."
Julie Lindsay

Vermont Secondary College threatens to call in police if students use social media for ... - 0 views

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    This news article caught my eye as it is my old high school in Victoria! This type of media reporting is problematic - a typical negative report based on the need to have ultimate control. A more positive approach is for teachers to be modeling best online behaviour and being online in the same spaces as the students. The conversation needs to be about how to best represent yourself and your ideas online while being respectful to others.
John Pearce

Cyberbullying: We're Focusing on the Wrong Part of the Word | Global Digital Citizen Fo... - 4 views

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    ""Librarian and blogger Megan Egbert suggests a redirection of how we perceive the word 'cyberbullying' and how it can positively effect our fight against this horrible crime.""
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John Pearce

Combatting the cyberbully myth - 1 views

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    "Why do we keep telling children that the law cannot protect them against severe cyberbullying? Time and time again politicians and the press claim that there is nothing police or parents can do if a child is being bullied on the internet, and that government needs to step in."
Judy O'Connell

Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Cyberbullying: Dealing with Online Meannes... - 0 views

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    "This report is drawn from a national survey of Canadian youth conducted by MediaSmarts in 2013. The classroom-based survey of 5,436 students in grades 4 through 11, in every province and territory, examined the role of networked technologies in young people's lives. Cyberbullying: Dealing with Online Meanness, Cruelty and Threats (the third in a series of reports from the survey) looks at youths' experiences with online conflict, the strategies they use to deal with this and who they turn to for support."
John Pearce

Teacher defamation highlights social media's legal perils - 2 views

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    "Last November, a young man was ordered by a NSW court to pay A$105,000 in damages for defaming a teacher at his former school on Twitter. The decision, which only came to light earlier this week, should serve as a reminder to all users of the legal risks involved in using social media."
John Pearce

Author Danah Boyd on why teens and social media are 'complicated' (podcast) | Safe and ... - 6 views

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    "When it comes to understanding how teens use social media, there's perhaps no one more clued in than Danah Boyd, except maybe teens themselves. An ethnographer with a Ph.D. in information from the University of California at Berkeley, she has spent the last eight years speaking with and observing teens from all walks of life."
John Pearce

A Look Into Teenagers' Complicated Online Lives | MindShift - 2 views

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    "Researcher danah boyd is obsessed with how teenagers use the Internet. For the legions of adults who are worried about them, that's a good thing."
John Pearce

Can a cyber-bullying commissioner protect our kids? - Law Report - ABC Radio National (... - 1 views

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    "A federal government discussion paper has proposed the creation of a children's e-safety commissioner to help protect children from cyber-bullying on social media. However not everyone agrees on the proposal, which opponents say is a slippery slope to government censorship, writes Damien Carrick."
John Pearce

Below the Belt: a phone app | Victoria Legal Aid - 2 views

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    "Our first phone app, Below the Belt: Sex, Selfies and Cyberbullying, was launched in November 2013 on Google Play. Below the Belt has information on sex and consent, sexting and cyberbullying for young people in Australia, including victims of sexting or cyberbullying and friends who want to support them. As well as providing information about the law in every state, Below the Belt has interactive features young people can use to help navigate the issues."
Julie Lindsay

Australian Children's Cybersaftey and e-security - 1 views

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    Results of Teachers survey - March 2013
Michelle C

Social Media Rules - Tip Sheet - 9 views

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    This is a terrific sheet that could be brought to parents attention to support them in their quest to help their children become social media savvy.
Judy O'Connell

Bullies News - The New York Times - 8 views

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    News about bullies, including commentary and archival articles published in the New York times - RSS feed
John Pearce

Keep It Tame - 7 views

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    "Respect each other online
    You can use phones, tablets and computers to do awesome stuff. But things can turn nasty if you use them to disrespect each other. Treat each other with respect and Keep It Tame."
    This site has links to a range of support services and comes from http://www.youngandwellcrc.org.au/ 
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