Cyberbullying Information for Counselors

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Impact of Cyberbullying:
Follow the links below to learn about the impact cyberbullying has on students
Ways to deal with Cyberbullying:

Follow the links below to learn ways to deal with cyberbullying at your school
Effects of Cyberbullying Preventing Cyberbullying
Emotional Consequences Different Types of Cyberbullying

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Counselor Resources Power of Words in the Internet
Walk the Talk Cruel Messages in an Instant

diverse populations using a computer Diversity and Multicultural Aspects

Racism Some cyberbullying  might be related to racism. The cyberbully might choose his or her victims based on their race or cultural background
Gender Issues Cyberbullying might take different forms based on the cyberbully’s gender. Boys might write messages of “a sexual nature or by threatening to fight or hurt someone. Girls more often bully by spreading rumors, sending messages that make fun of someone or exclude other.  They also tell secrets


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