The lessons with videos were the most valuable

I think it’s interesting to delve into the entire world of the internet and understand about cyber bullying and how extreme it could be. I didn’t have access to the internet until I was a teenager but I never experienced nor heard of cyber bullying until I got a little older. To hear all that is going on in the news and how vicious it could be is upsetting, to know that not a student does not have an escape from bullying is upsetting as well. I enjoyed going through all the ideas presented and the videos on what to do in different situations and how to tackle this vicious component that has become such a huge part of our society.

The lessons with videos were the most valuable and I actually shared them with a coworker who teaches internet safety to the high school students.

I think always keeping these goals in mind and mastery of the lessons will help teaching Safety in my school. These goals and lessons extend beyond my classroom and while I have said in many posts I teach the younger students who don’t experience this as much I do have times that I spend with older students and being able to tap into this world helps me understand the realm of this issue and place expectations on myself as a teacher (to notice issues, be there for others, listen and prevent).

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