Parent and Teacher Resources

Cyberbullying Parent Teacher Resources

Article: Coping with Cyberbullying: Differences Between Victims, Bully-victims and Children not Involved in Bullying
Focus: An article published in the Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology investigating the relationship between the use of coping strategies to deal with daily stressors in general and the use of coping strategies to deal with cyberbullying in particular among children aged 11 and 12 years.

Website:
Cyberbullying Research Center
Focus: Provides up-to-date information about the nature and extent of online aggression among adolescents

Website: STOP Cyberbullying
Focus: Provides resources for parents in the form of articles, blogs, programs, and other information on how to detect, prevent, and resolve issues of Cyberbullying

Website: Children Online
Focus: Combines a thorough understanding of Internet technologies, child development and counseling, to focus on the impact of the Internet on the social, emotional and language development of young people

Website: National Crime Prevention Council's Cyberbullying Pages
Focus: Offers research, information, tips and public service announcements on Cyberbullying

Website: Stop Bullying Now
Focus: Video workshops, downloadable Power Point presentations, family materials, tip sheets and other resources.

Website: Embrace Civility in the Digital Age
Focus: Strategies for parents and educators to assist helping young people understand how to use the Internet in a safe and responsible manner. Downloadable resources and Cyberbullying guides for parents

Booklet: Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens
Focus: Free resources for parents and teens, family Internet use agreements, and other professional resources for educators

Website: In Memory of Ryan Patrick Halligan
Focus: Website developed by a family to provide information and resources related to Cyberbullying and its impact on youth

Website: Keeping Children Safe Online
Focus: Gives information to parents about the unique risks facing children on the Internet, plus access lists of recommended parental control features and tips for monitoring computer use at home.

Website: Digital Safety - Staying Safe Online
Focus: A blog post that provides an overview of several dangers on the Internet and how to deal with them.


Website: bNetS@vvy
Focus: A bimonthly e-newsletter, published by the National Education Association, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and Sprint, offering parents tools to help kids ages 9 to 14 stay safer online

Website: Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports
Focus: Schoolwide bully prevention and interventions.

Website: Education Northwest
Focus: Cyberbullying Webinar with resources.

Website: Bullying Awareness Guidebook
Focus: An expert-driven guide to bullying awareness.

Website: Bullying Awareness & Prevention Guide
Focus: Bullying resources, advice and prevention strategies.

Website: Understanding Cyberbullying in College
Focus: Tips, tools, and solutions for recognizing and stopping bullying in social media and online.

Website: The Bullying Business
Focus: Information about bullying today, cyberbullying, how to counter bullying, and anti-bullying.

Website: Cyberbullying: The Complete Resource Guide
Focus: Information about defining and identifying bullying, how to help in cyberbullying situations, cyberbullying and the law, and cyberbullying on social media.

Website: Bullying by the Numbers
Focus: A breakdown of bullying statistics and facts.

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