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Anti-Bullying Resources

Videos You Can Stream or Download Online

The following videos are some examples of anti-bullying videos that are available to be streamed or downloaded online throught the Online Video Library. To access these titles, and many more, in a separate window simply login to the EduPortal -

- click on "Online Video Library"

- and then return to this page and click on the links below or start a new search to find additional resources

Students and parents have access to the Online Video Library, by going directly to the Learn360 website (www.learn360.ca)and using the username and password provided to your school. (*Learn360 is the video platform LRTS uses to deliver online videos)

Contact the Education Media Library for more information: lrt@ednet.ns.ca

 

Elementary and Middle Grades:

What is Cyberbullying
Grades: P-5
Awareness greatly reduces the risk of becoming a victim of cyberbullying. This program demonstrates how prevent simple mistakes that can cause a bullying situation to get out of hand quickly. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

Internet Bullies: Emotions + Internet= Trouble
Grades: 3-8
Students learn that it's important to stop and think before they hit send. (2010 ; 5 min.)
 

Internet Bullies: Keep Yourself Safe
Grades: 3-8
Viewers learn the steps to take to stay safe if they are a victim of cyberbullying. (2010 ; 6 min.)
 

Keep Private Information Private (elementary grades)
Grades: P-5
The adoption of new digital technology is so rapid that a uniform and proactive concept of responsible use is often overlooked. This program demonstrates safe computer skills and the importance of internet privacy. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

Keep Private Information Private (middle grades)
Grades: 5-8
Young children are now using digital devices. This program explains the importance of privacy on the internet by showing examples of what can happen when a digital device is used in an inappropriate manner. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

Know Who You're Talking To
Grades: 5-8
Awareness greatly reduces the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime or digital exploitation. This program teaches students about computer viruses and demonstrates safe computer skills. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

 

Junior and Senior High:

Cyber Bullying, Social Media Issues & More
Grades: 6-12
Learn360 Awareness Webinar Series. Presented by Richard Guerry, Founder and Executive Director of Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication (IROC2.org). This informative webinar provides you with a greater understanding of tools and strategies you can utilize to help students reduce their risk of becoming a victim of harassment, cyberbullying and social media assault. Please preview prior to using this video as it contains subject matter which may not be appropriate for all audiences. (2012 ; 77 min.)
 

Real People: Protect Yourself: Personal Safety on the Internet
Grades: 6-12
Examine the dangers associated with cyberspace activity, including teen social networking sites. Listen to teens share what they have learned about staying safe and having fun while online. (2007 ; 25 min.)
 

The Internet and You: Staying Safe
Grades: 6-12
While the Internet can be a wonderful tool, it also poses dangers, especially for unwary teens. Examine some guidelines for taking control of the Internet experience and making it a positive one. (2007 ; 16 min.)
 

The Responsible and Irresponsible Use of Technology
Grades: 9-12
The innovation and evolution of digital technologies has created a new way of teaching, learning, socializing, and communicating. However, what is missing in the rapid development of these new digital devices is a uniform and proactive concept of responsible use. The irresponsible, dangerous, and malicious use of these digital devices can lead to negative, life-altering consequences. This educational program provides digital users, young and old, with all the information they need to arm themselves and make good digital decisions. (2011 ; 6 min.)
 

7 Ways to Block a CyberBully
Grades: 6-12
Cyber bullies don't shove kids on the playground or steal lunch money, but they are just as dangerous. They stay hidden behind technology and target students on the Internet and through cell phones. This film teaches students how to be smart and stay safe in a cyber bully situation. 7 Ways to Block a Cyber Bully details seven effective strategies for dealing with a digital bully. The plan includes: 1) Understanding the cyberbully 2) Protecting your passwords 3) Guarding personal information 4) Using safety software 5) Cutting off communications 6) Saying "no" to revenge 7) Telling someone Bonus Section: Cyberbully: The Adult Role is an added section in the video that outlines seven ways parents and educators can work to stop cyber bullying. (2008 ; 20 min.)
 

Cyberbullying: You Are Not Anonymous
Grades: 9-12
This program provides tips to increase a student's digital awareness and consciousness. Through live-action scenarios, children learn about cyberbullying and the importance of safe internet use every day. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

Trouble is Just a Click Away: Permanent Digital Decisions
Grades: 9-12
The irresponsible, and often dangerous and malicious use of these digital devices can lead to negative, life-altering consequences. This program demonstrates safe computer skills and the importance of internet privacy. (2012 ; 4 min.)
 

Think Before You Upload: Internet Advertising and Keeping Your Computer Safe
Grades: 9-12
Awareness greatly reduces the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime or digital exploitation. This program teaches students about computer viruses and demonstrates safe computer skills. (2012 ; 4 min.)