News Update [copy]

News Update [copy]

Published on 27 October 2020
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CYBERBULLYING
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There are different types of bullying:
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Verbal
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Physical
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Social
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Cyberbullying
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Verbal Bullying - teasing, putting someone down, name calling and, threatening to cause harm
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(Kids Helpline, n.d.)
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Type here
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Physical - Kicking, hitting, punching, tripping, pushing, pulling faces or making rude signals.
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(Kids Helpline, n.d.)
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Socially - Spreading rumors, playing mean jokes, lying, leaving someone out and, embarrassing someone in public
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Cyberbullying - Using technology to hurt someone else.
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Bullying Statistics
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20% of young people experience bullying
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20% experience cyber bullying
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17% are bullied weekly
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Cyberbullying can look like:
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Abusive posts, messages, texts Offensive photos or comments Alienating people online Hate pages Blackmail
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Cyberbullying can involve anything intended to humiliate, scare, exclude or upset a person.
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Why do children bully others?
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Want others to like them
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Want to feel better about themselves
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Feel angry inside
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Have been bullied themselves
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Victims of cyberbullying can feel:
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Ashamed Guilty Unsafe, confused or frightened sad or depressed
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Stressed, angry or anxious Alone Excluded Rejected Different
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Researchers have also reported suicide as an effect from cyberbullying.
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How should young people deal with Cyberbulling?
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Save any evidence
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Report it
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Block the bully
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Report bullying to a trustworthy person
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A teacher
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Friend
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Parents
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55% of Children:
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get help from their parents
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Ensuring that incidents are kept confidential can improve relationship between young people and educators
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Teachers and parents should watch for signs like:
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Changes in personality
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Changes in personality
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Avoiding school
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Becoming Secretive about online activity
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