Tag Archives: Cyberbullying

Safety in Schools Training – Cyberbullying & Digital Citizenship

Know the facts: ( Source: we.org.ca) Almost 1 in 10 Canadian teens say they’ve experienced bullying through social networking sites. More than 1/3 of Canadian teens have seen mean or inappropriate comments about someone they know. Researchers say that bullying usually ends within 10 seconds of an intervention by peers. Course Description: We are all, […]

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Online Safety for Youth

Humans have a strong need to interact, communicate and connect with one another. The COVID-19 pandemic has shaped society’s need for technology as a means to stay connected more than ever before whether it be with family, friends, classmates, colleagues, cyberworld, entertainment and global news updates. Our need to stay connected has increased our engagement […]

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Social Media and Youth – The Double-Edged Sword

Social media. Since its introduction it has connected us, allowing us to share statuses, photographs and videos with friends and family at the click of a button. Social media has also given us online communities in which we can seek support from others on everything from instant pot recipes to physical and mental health concerns.  […]

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