Harassment

Cyber Bullying Awareness: Puerto Rico Tops Google Searches

We are very passionate about everything related to Cyber Bullying, which is why we keep a very close eye on Google Searches for the term “CyberBullying”.  And because 2013 is nearing its end and it is time to locate and gather numbers related to Cyber Bullying Statistics 2014, we resorted to Google to understand what

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Explaining Cyber Bullying for Teachers

Cyber Bullying for Teachers: How to help your students prevent it and overcome it As a teacher, you feel responsible for shaping your students’ minds; you educate them, nurture them and help them grow. In these present times, where technology rules everything, it is also essential that you teach them about the proper way to use

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Jennie Withers on Stopping Teen Harassment

A Teacher and an Author at heart, Jennie Withers has written several books on children and parenting. She is the author of Hey, Back Off! Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment, published by New Horizon Press Books. She Talks to Ciaran Connolly about Stopping Teen Harassment.  Jennie Withers: My name is Jennie Withers and I’m a co-author of ‘Hey

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Is Your Student a Bully? The Signs

Signs your student is a bully! Brandon and Larry were good friends ever since elementary school. Throughout their academic years, Brandon, who was outgoing, down-to-earth and popular, maintained a C average. Larry was the reticent type who was alone most of the time and was a B student. Both spent time on Facebook, but Larry

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Bullying Statistics in Australia

It is a sad fact that bullying, particularly in schools, is prevalent throughout the world, with Australia being no exception. It seems to be a part of human nature to try and dominate others in a group, and these lessons that are learned in school tend to stay with children more than the official education

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Bullying and the Law in the US

Bullying is one of the worst things that can happen to a child. They come to school, ready to learn and make friends and someone picks them out of a crowd to pick on and ridicule them in front of their peers. People may say that words may never hurt, but this simply is not

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Cyber Bullying for Dummies

Cyber Bullying for Dummies : How to know when Someone’s Crossed the Line Cyber Bullying for Dummies Pointer #1: So you’re online, minding your own business; when all of a sudden someone approaches you…maybe It’s someone you know nothing about, or who you’ve encountered briefly before. You’re not sure whether to open up or not, but they

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Ongoing Workplace Bullying Scandal at Chicago Suburb City Department

Twenty-five miles west of Chicago, in a city that a scandal has surfaced involving workplace bullying at the city department of Wheaton, Illinois, that the Chicago Tribune reports the city tolerated and largely “ignored for years”. Wheaton, with a population of 54,000, is described by the Chicago Tribune, in an November, 2008 article, as “a

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Interview: A New Approach to Internet Safety

Dr Lorraine Bowman-Grieve is a Chartered Psychologist and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has contributed as a guest lecturer on the topic of terrorist use of the internet. She talks to NoBullying.com about internet safety in relation to cyber bullying. Is internet safety something that more people are aware of and practice?

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David Wilde on Bullying and Harassment

David Wilde has worked extensively with anger concerns, as he targets his sessions towards understanding why the anger arises. He specializes in working with adolescents with behavioral or relational concerns. He Talks to NoBullying.com’s Founder Ciaran Connolly about Bullying and Harassment. The interview on Bullying and Harassment can also be found here and here. Below is

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