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InFocus: Cyberbullying Presentation Card

SKU: PB-PS101-CARD

  • A perfect companion piece to our presentation display. This presentation card is a smaller version of our large display, making it a perfect leave behind to reinforce what was learned from the display, or a stand alone educational tool.
  • Details what cyberbullying is.
  • Describes that actions and motivations of cyberbullies.
  • Outlines the forms of cyberbullying.
  • Advises on responses to cyberbullying.
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    As over 50% of young people report having been cyberbullied and over 70% frequently see online bullying, this is an important topic for today's youth. This card addresses cyberbullying in a comprehensive manner with actionable suggestions and useful information that will help your audience to better identify and deal with instances of online bullying.

    It begins by defining cyberbullying as using technology to bully someone. The bullying can involve name calling or harassment and it can happen on the Internet or through text messages. The only thing that differentiates cyberbullying from traditional bullying is the medium; otherwise, they're both just as hurtful and they both have terrible consequences.

    Frequently, cyberbullies don't believe that they're doing anything wrong. They may think that they're being funny. Or, they may be seeking attention, revenge, or peer acceptance. They will use social media sites, email, and instant messaging for bullying. 

    Cyberbullying can take many forms. It can include taking or sending unflattering or sexually suggestive photos over the Internet or by text message. Text messages can also be used to spread rumors or send threatening or hurtful messages.  Bullies may also send hundreds or thousands of text messages to their victims. They may post mean or threatening messages on social media sites or they may create fake online profiles to hurt others. Cyberbullies may even go so far as to steal account information to take over others' social media sites, bank accounts, or online games.

    The card moves forward to address the steps that victims of cyberbullying should take. Victims should ignore it, record it, and report it. These steps may help to end the bullying either because the bully stopped getting attention due to his/her actions or because parents or teachers were able to intervene in the situation. It's important for victims to remember that they shouldn't bully back - it won't fix anything. They also shouldn't forward a bully's messages or let those messages get them down.

    The concluding message is one of hope. Cyberbullies are urged to stop and those who have been bullied are urged to tell a trusted adult about what they're experiencing. No one deserves to be bullied, but everyone can rise above bullying.

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    Add a Custom Imprint? Yes
    Imprint Size 3" x 3"
    Size 3 5/8" x 9 1/2"
    Grade Level Adult, College, High School, Middle School 7th-8th
    Product Type Cards
    Minimum Order Quantity 100
    Sold in Multiples of 100
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InFocus: Cyberbullying Presentation Card

  • A perfect companion piece to our presentation display. This presentation card is a smaller version of our large display, making it a perfect leave behind to reinforce what was learned from the display, or a stand alone educational tool.
  • Details what cyberbullying is.
  • Describes that actions and motivations of cyberbullies.
  • Outlines the forms of cyberbullying.
  • Advises on responses to cyberbullying.
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