Tackling the myths surrounding cyberbullying

Misconceptions abound when it comes to cyberbullying. In this post, we’ll identify six of these “myths” and then explain why they’re worth discrediting.

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Anti-Bullying Week: No sympathy for the ‘bully’?

Most experts tend to agree that it’s in the age of adolescence (children between ages 10 to 19 years old) when bullying peaks. Of course, this is the kind of bullying that happens face to face, the more physical kind.

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Pledge to use your power for good this Anti-Bullying Week

The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is spearheading this year’s “Anti-Bullying Week” campaign once more. The overall theme of this campaign is “Power for Good”, which encourages children, teens, and adults alike that they can be powerful agents of change.

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How complex are the digital lives of teens? The NCSA takes a look.

A recent study reveals (if not confirms) what most people may have already perceived: that most teens navigate the Internet via their smartphones using various websites and apps, and that there is a “digital disconnect” between U.S. parents and their teen children, who are between 13-17 years of age.

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