Cyberbullying is a real concern for our children. Children need direction. I saw what Chris Clementi (email@example.com), a middle school computer teacher and Google Teacher, shared about Cyberbullying. She mentioned that she is very interested in protecting children online and shared with me…
“It is important that students are given the necessary tools to be safe online. This webquest is designed to give them sufficient information to make wiser choices online so that they don’t become a victim to various scams and predators. It is also intended to prevent students from being cyberbullies. They need to understand the ramifications of bullying people in person or by using some digital means to torment their victims.
Their digital footprint can be to their advantage if they navigate the digital “waters” with caution, expertise, empathy and wisdom.”
Chris created Get Wise Online (https://sites.google.com/site/cyberwits/home)
This is a WebQuest on Internet topics where you watch videos on cyberbullying, online safety, social networks, sexting, and online etiquette and use what you have learned to create a multi-media presentation.
Chris provides examples and samples along with templates and forms. Here’s an example of the final product.
Thank you Chris for sharing this with the world!