The rapid and continual changes in how we use technology to communicate with others have created some amazing benefits. Unfortunately, as with the Thompson Submachine Gun, the ATM and credit cards, there are always people who will use technology for illicit purposes rather than for good. Cyberbullying is just one more example of how some students will use the amazing technology we have to harm other students.
In Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard – Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying Sameer Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin have done a thorough job in helping school safety practitioners understand this impactful issue and what actions can be taken to address it.
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