Most of us have access to technology via mobile phones, tablets, or computers, and these means of communication open up a whole new way of connecting with family and friends. Unfortunately, these tools can also be used to cause harm and hurt others. All bullying is cowardly and causes deliberate harm to the target. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic mediums, usually a computer or mobile device. Social media is the most common way cyberbullying occurs and media bullying (harrassment by various news media networks) is also a big problem. Cyberbullies use texts, emails, blogs, chat rooms, online forums, social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, instant messages and online gaming platforms.
Cyberbullying can take place in the workplace as well as in school and because of the anonymous nature of this type of bullying it is very difficult to trace the perpetrator. It also occurs 24/7 and because of this there is no relief for the target of cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying Resource Packs
A lesson plan on bullying and cyberbullying. It covers how to deal with bullying and cyberbullying and contains handouts for the classroom.
For a more comprehensive resource pack on bullying, including worksheets, activities and lessons, download our bullying resource pack
Bullying — A Complete Approach.
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The cyberbullying topics we produce resources for include:
- Types of cyberbullying
- Targets of cyberbullying
- Tackling cyberbullying
- How to combat cyberbullying
We publish cyberbullying resources for schools to provide help, guidance and education on various cyberbullying topics. The cyberbullying resource packs we produce give cyberbullying information in a way that informs as well as educates.
Teaching students about cyberbullying can be a difficult task. Our aim is to produce resource packs that deal with the issues in a tactful way that respects the confidentiality of those experiencing cyberbullying.