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10 SURPRISING and EFFECTIVE Strategies for Cyberbullying

Web Savor by Donn Sawyer

Here are 10 surprising and engaging strategies you may not have considered for helping students deal with online peer aggression. Check them out and please share the link with other educators. [Grades K-12]

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An Incredible Collection of High-Interest Internet Safety Sites for MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS

Web Savor by Donna Sawyer

This incredible collection of Internet Safety resources for MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS is overflowing with some of the best simulations, video clip galleries, games, interactives, comics, and engaging content you can find on the Web! [Web sites move and change every day. If you discover a broken link, simply type the name of the Web site into your search engine and navigate to its new location.]

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Bullying: The ONLY Answer to the Problem

Printable by Donna Sawyer

Is peer aggression improving in our schools? NO. "Traditional attempts by schools to change bullies, or to teach them a lesson, are not only futile but actually make the problem worse." (Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Developmental Psychologist) What are we missing? What can we do? This 26-page resource explains why traditional approaches do not work and outlines a two-pronged approach that educators can use to get REAL results. It also includes free online multimedia resources, eBooks, and legal information, along with a bonus collection of online safety sites featuring simulations, games, strategies, video galleries, and some very cool tools. [NOTE: Workshop Participants receive a free download code as part of the training.]