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The learning asset provided by:
Author: Sonja Brown
System:Anniston City
School:Anniston City Board Of Education
Title:
How would you feel?
Digital Tool/Resource:
Cyberbullying
Web Address – URL:
Digital Tool Description:

This game instructs students on the best way to handle or respond to cyberbullying.

Content Standard(s):
CG(K-12) 83. PS:A1.6 - distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior
TC2(9-12) Computer Applications9. Practice ethical and legal use of technology systems and digital content.
Learning Outcomes:
The students will understand cyberbullying.

 

Learning Asset Strategy 1
Phase:
Activity:

The students will understand cyberbullying through an interactive game.

  1. The students will recall what cyberbully means and share if they have ever been cyberbullyed.
  2. Then watch the video http://www.nsteens.org/Videos/Cyberbullying
  3. Then the students can play the game to gain an understanding of cyberbullying. http://deal.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Cyberbullying_Interactive_Game.swf
  4. The object of the game is to decide what is the best way to handle certain situations if cyberbullyed.
  5. Upon completion of the game have the students to explain cyberbullying. 

 

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy:
Understand
Quick Assess:

To determine if the students understand cyberbullying by analyzing their responses in the interactive game.


Advanced Preparation:

Access/ Download the video on cyberbullying: http://www.nsteens.org/Videos/Cyberbullying

 

Variation Tips (optional):

To expand this lesson the students could create and sign pledges to not commit cyberbullying or allow it to happen to them. Follow this link to an example of pledges based on ages: http://www.netsmartz.org/Resources/Pledges

Also, if the teacher did not want to play the interactive game and felt comfortable that the students knew what cyberbullying means  then he or she could discuss some actions that should be reported as cyberbullying.  This link will lead to an example of what to report tips: http://www.nsteens.org/WhatToReport

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