Teachers responsibility to teach school kids from the early age to avoid bullying others and how to avoid being a victim.
Cyber bullying is the bullying with the use of digital technologies. It can take place on social media , messaging platforms, gaming and mobile phones. It is coming a serious issue.
Cyberbullying is the act of bullying in the form of digital media or devices. It is a modern term for bullying, which emerged with the rise of the internet and mobile devices.
What's your opinion or your view on Cyberbullying
Do research on the internet, read books on any type of bullying.
Some tips to stay safe online:
keep your passwords private, even from your friends
learn about privacy settings and reporting features on social media
be mindful of what you post and share online
Report cyberbullying to the appropriate authorities
Avoid escalating the situation:
Limit where your post personal information.
Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior. Cyberbullying occurs on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, snapchat, TikTok, email, and many social media platforms
This lesson was originally developed to help the learners understand what cyber bullying is and what they need to do if they turn out to victims.
Cyberbullying is a real, world wide issue! Next class we will continue to tackle this!