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The Learning Activity provided by:
Author: Susan Chandler
System:Jasper City
School:Walker High School
Title:
Stop Cyberbullying
Digital Tool/Resource:
On-line Interactive Website
Web Address – URL:
Digital Tool Description:

Infinity Interactive Learning Lab provides a interactive training site for teaching them how to prevent cyber bullying to students. Students watch a video and apply the concepts they have learned.

Content Standard(s):
CE (K-12)
3. Citizenship
 
CE (K-12)
4. Honesty
 
CE (K-12)
5. Fairness
 
CE (K-12)
6. Respect for others
 
CE (K-12)
7. Kindness
 
CE (K-12)
8. Cooperation
 
CE (K-12)
9. Self-respect
 
CE (K-12)
10. Self-control
 
CE (K-12)
11. Courtesy
 
CE (K-12)
12. Compassion
 
TC2 (K-2)
5. Practice responsible use of technology systems and applications.
Example: maintaining proper settings
  • Demonstrating care of digital equipment and media
  • Examples: washing hands before use, cleaning work area before and after use
  • Distinguishing between ethical and unethical use of others' work
  • Examples: avoiding plagiarism, avoiding manipulation of others' work without permission
     
    TC2 (3-5)
    5. Practice safe use of technology systems and applications.
    Examples: protecting personal information online, avoiding inappropriate sites, exiting inappropriate sites
     
    TC2 (6-8)
    8. Identify safe uses of social networking and electronic communication.
  • Recognizing dangers of online predators
  • Protecting personal information online
  •  
    TC2 (6-8)
    12. Use digital tools to communicate and collaborate at all levels from interpersonal to global.
    Examples: instant messages, e-mail, blogs, wikis, collaborative authoring tools, online learning communities
  • Demonstrating digital file transfer
  • Examples: attaching, uploading, downloading
     
    Learning Objectives:

    • Students will understand the meaning of "cyberbully".

    • Students will learn to recognize different forms of cyberbullying.

    • Students will learn different strategies for dealing with a cyberbully.

    • Students will learn the importance of enlisting the help of a trusted adult when cyberbullied.

    Learning Activity Strategy 1
    Phase:
    Lesson Core
    Activity:

    Students will visit the on-line website.  The activity will take them through a story while explaining and defining cyberbullying, and other terms associated with cyberbullying. They will be asked to identify their understanding of the terms by dragging and dropping descriptions of various cyber situations into a box.  The interactive website will tell them if they are correct or incorrect.

    Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy:
    Understand, Apply, Evaluate
    Assessment Strategies:

    Teacher will use the quiz at the end of the teacher guide to assess the students understanding of the lesson.


    Advanced Preparation:

    Teachers should print the attached quiz in advance of the lesson being taught.

    Teacher Guide for Cyberbullying Lesson

     

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