Students learn how to identify, avoid, and cope with the effects of sexting, cyberbullying, and sexual harassment.
Grade Levels: 7-12
Resource Types: 3 Videos
Generation Cyberbullying: Bullying Without Borders
Students learn why bullies do what they do and hear a social media expert discuss the effects of bullying on the victims and perpetrators. This program presents practical tips to manage an online identity, positive strategies to resolve conflict, and the most effective ways to respond (or not respond) to a cyberbully.
Sexual Harassment at School: Hostile Environment
Students learn to identify actions that may constitute harassment and how they differ from flirting. An expert comments on who harassers are, why they do it, and how it usually occurs at school. Hear student perspectives and practical steps to stop the harassment, as well as positive coping strategies once harassment has occurred.
The Realities of Sexting (You Can't Unsend It!)
This program teaches students what actions are defined as “sexting” and how the repercussions extend well beyond embarrassment. Students learn practical alternatives for communicating with people they are interested in and what to do if they have already sent or received a sext.