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What Can We Do About #Cyberbullying? #ClickwithCompassion

By | Amanda Todd, anti-bullying, bully prevention, bystanders, compassion, cyber bullying, cyberbullying prevention, cybersafety, early bullying prevention, early prevention, internet safety, October's Bullyng Prevention Awareness Month, The Bully Project, Uncategorized | No Comments

This is National Bullying Prevention Month. I’m sorry it needs its own month but it’s such a big issue that we need to address it during October and every month after. Kids mental and emotional — and sadly — physical…

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Cyberbullying: Why We Need to Start Raising Little Leaders Online

By | bullying, cyberbullying, digital citizenship, Dr. Larry Rosen, Early Childhood Education Degrees, internet safety, ONE, online safety, pre-K, Tangled Ball, technology, The Huffington Post, The Wired Child, Uncategorized | No Comments

If I have one piece of advice for every single elementary school and every single parent, it is to make teaching leadership a priority offline…and ONLINE.  Start early. Common sense says that if we wouldn’t let a child cross a…

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When You Want to Choke Your Child’s Facebook Bully

By | America, bullying, cyber bullying, Debbie Piscitella, Facebook, Good Morning, internet safety, NY Daily News, online safety, parenting, teens, Uncategorized | No Comments

How many can relate to the mom from St. Petersburg, Florida who was arrested last week for choking her daughter’s online tormentor? From the NY Daily News Report: “I just snapped,” Piscitella wrote on Facebook. “Yes I shouldn’t have done…

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More on How Young is Too Young On Facebook: Michelle Obama Weighs In

By | cyber bullying, cyberbulling, elementary school, Facebook, Good Morning America, internet safety, Michele Obama, Michelle Obama, middle school, online safety, Uncategorized | No Comments

Why Is 10, 11 or 12 too young to be on Facebook? Isn’t it obvious? It’s not about giving our kids permission to do something that all of their “friends” are doing, it’s giving them permission to do something that…

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