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A learning Asset is a strategy a teacher chooses to actively engage students in learning a concept or skill using a digital tool/resource.

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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 video has teenagers explaining what cyberbullying means.  It also tries to explain why people cyberbully and it has students telling about times when they had been cyberbullyed.

Content Standard(s):
TC2(9-12) Computer Applications9. Practice ethical and legal use of technology systems and digital content.
Learning Outcomes:
Students will:

  • Gain an understanding of cyberbullying
  • Gain an understanding of the different ways people are cyberbullyed
Learning Asset Strategy 1
Phase:
Opening, Closing
Activity:

Introduced the video entitled Cyberbullying, using a projector or other group projection tool.

  • Ask the students if they know what cyberbullying means
  • Display the video using a group projection device such as a projector.
  • Upon completion of the video presentation, ask students if they have ever been cyberbullyed.
  • Play a game with them to gain understanding of cyberbullying.
Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy:
Understand
Quick Assess:

Upon completion of the video the students will participate in a game to determine the level of understanding. Please follow this link for the game http://deal.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Cyberbullying_Interactive_Game.swf

 


Advanced Preparation:

Access/ download the video prior to the activity.  Ensure all technical specs of the equipment (projection device and computer) are up to date. 

Variation Tips (optional):

If the students seems to understand cyberbullying then you can have the pledge not to commit cyberbullying.  Please follow the link to the pledge

http://www.netsmartz.org/Resources/Pledges

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