Protecting my Online Footprint (cyberbullying prevention included): grades 5-12
Teens will learn about the importance of making healthy choices online. Online risks and dangers will be discussed so youth are aware of behavior that should trigger warning flags. Risky behaviors of peers, including sexting and cyberbullying, will also be covered. The presentation also talks about positive ways that the Internet can be used to advocate for each other. This training is designed to empower teens and give them tools to make healthy decisions as they gain independence.
1. Recognize the importance of stepping away from technology when upset. 2. Recall the two main warning signs in online communications: talking about sex and isolating behavior. 3. Recongize what isolating behavior looks like online and offline.
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