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CYBERBULLYING; WHO ME, PART II

C. Ervin

Florida A&M University (UNITED STATES)
This presentation focuses on the results of research on a major educational phenomena involving discipline, obstruction to leaning processes, recent research, methods of identification and suggested prevention strategies for cyberbullying. Strategies to assist public school teachers, educational support staff, administrators, and parents on identifying cyberbullying and how to prevent the often disastrous consequences will be presented. Preventative strategies implementation will focus on definition of terms: the negative impacts of cyberbullying on quality education; how administrators and education support staff can develop systems to assist classroom teachers in detecting and eliminating, and networking with and educating parents to detect and assist in eliminating Cyberbyllying. Finally, a discussion of what are the legal consequences when the parents are complicit in the acts of cyberbullying?