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Cyber Bullies and Cyber Problems

Cyber Bullies and Cyber Problems


One in every four students is bullied online. The growing world of cyber bullying is reaching new heights, as youth struggle to hide their differences for fear of abandonment and public humiliation. Cyber bullying does not discriminate between boys, girls, physical differences or mental challenges; and the Cyber Bullies and Cyber Problemstakes victims at will, since he or she can remain anonymous. Jacob Zellmann tells how being cyber bullied led him to the brink of suicide. Intervention and support from loved ones kept him alive, and now Jacob is an active advocate against bullying.

DVD / 2013 / (Junior High - College) / 28 minutes

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Bullying is no longer just a face-to-face exchange. The rapid rise of the internet and handheld devices has created another realm in which bullies are active. This striking, drama-led program focuses on the impact of cyber bullying and the steps victims can take to deal with it. The different forms of cyber bullying, such as masquerading, stalking and flaming, are shown in dramatic scenarios, along with the emotional and psychological consequences. A broad-ranging and highly-relevant insight into this growing trend, the program will appeal to viewers across multiple study areas.

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DVD / 2012 / 14 minutes

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The Digital Blackout tells the story of a high school that conducted a "Social Experiment." They challenged their student body (and faculty) to put away the Facebook and Twitter, the text and instant messaging, and record their experience.

The Digital Blackout is eye opening. It highlights, among other things:
  • The astounding amount of time that we routinely devote to online social networks
  • The face-to-face experiences and real friendships that the internet has maybe devalued
  • The stress brought on by our over-connectedness
  • And (yes!) the many benefits of our digitally inter-connected world that one rightly misses during a Blackout.

    The Digital Blackout also includes the latest research on the effects of multitasking and social networking from acclaimed Stanford Professor Clifford Nass. In the excerpt below, Nass explains the importance of face-to-face relationships and the impact they have in developing one's emotional intelligence.

    The Digital Blackout is equal parts intriguing documentary, motivation for a fun challenge, and fascinating social experiment for the 21st century.

    DVD / 2012 / 20 minutes

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    A full-faceted video that addresses the issues, challenges, dangers, and the benefits, for young people in joining Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other social networks yet to be invented.

    The Digital Tattoo takes a fun and fast-paced look at all aspects - good and bad - of the social media experience. From Facebook to Twitter, and all sites in-between, this 20-minute DVD produced by students highlights issues that are not immediately apparent to users. The Digital Tattoo examines:

  • The perpetual (or tattoo-esque) nature of careless online posting that can haunt a person for many years
  • How Facebook has changed the meaning of "friendship" and has made many relationships more superficial
  • The viral spread of social networks and how it can unknowingly impact a person's privacy
  • The benefits of bridging the knowledge gap between parents and students and their understanding of online networking
  • The addictive potential of social media
  • And even the appropriate approach for sending out funny tweets, presented by a professional standup comic

    The Digital Tattoo is not a program meant to scare students or their parents away from Facebook or Twitter, but to help everyone make smart choices and become savvy participants in this increasingly interconnected world.

    DVD / 2012 / 20 minutes

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    It offers young people concrete techniques that they can practice and use in response to ongoing bullying.

  • Improve your posture to convey self-confidence
  • Try a variety of verbal responses from humorous to honest
  • Discuss your situation with an adult
  • And more ..

    Gum In My Hair v2.0 looks at what bullying is, its effects on people and how it makes them feel. Gum In My Hair is a new way to deal with an old topic, and will be invaluable to anyone wanting to help children learn in a safe and supportive environment.

    DVD (With Discussion Guide) / 2012 / (Elementary, Middle School) / 20 minutes

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    My Digital Life explores the perils and possibilities of the brave new digital world. This thought-provoking video addresses issues of privacy and the digital footprint; misguided notions about multitasking and learning; as well as the value of being wired vs. unplugged. Are we really more connected or are we losing intrapersonal skills? Is this technology robbing us of our sleep, our free time? Is it controlling our lives? And, what should we be telling our children, ourselves?

    Experts and adolescents offer powerful strategies to effectively navigate a rapidly growing and ever-changing digital world.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2012 / (Grade 6-Adult) / 28 minutes

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    Cyber bullying is real and it's dangerous. It's in headlines all too often these days as literally millions of kids gain access to new technology and the seemingly lawless online world.

    With incidents of cyber bullying on a dramatic rise, the Wild Wild Web - a students guide to preventing cyber bullying. In development for over a year, the DVD shows students that cyber bullying is not OK and there are ways to deal with the problem safely and skillfully, in a fun yet educational manner.

    Filled with real-world techniques, testimonials and comments from experts and kids, the DVD establishes an open forum where students and adults can begin discussing this new phenomenon.

    DVD (With Discussion Guide) / 2012 / (Elementary School) / 26 minutes

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    Sexting is a combination of sex and text messaging. Junior High and High School students demonstrate the threat of "sexted" sexually explicit or suggestive photographs, messages and videos. Real life scenarios are presented along with the resulting consequences affecting a teenager's personal, social and future life. Follow students through a variety of sexting situations stemming from careless fun to cyberbullying along with their painful effects.

    DVD (With Guide) / 2011 / (Grades 7-12) / 30 minutes

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    Cell phones, mobile email devices and handheld computers provide students with the ability to send and receive messages within seconds. Dramatic scenarios will help students to understand the positive and negative sides of this new technology. Viewers will covers the basics on the do's and don'ts of texting and sexting. The program demonstrates the consequences of using this technology if you don't think ahead before you hit send.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2011 / (Grades 3-8) / 14 minutes

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    Is there something on your cell phone or computer that you don't want others to see? Is there an embarrassing photo of you on your friend's cell phone you wouldn't want others to see? In this program students will learn that information stored on any digital device, computer, camera, electronic pad or cell phone at any second can become public and it can live forever in a digital world. This program stresses to viewers the importance of online responsibility and having a digital awareness. Students will come away with an understanding that it's not just what you say and do online, but what others can do with your pictures, words, and videos that can negatively impact you.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2011 / (Grades 4-7) / 16 minutes

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    The program demonstrate how strong emotions and the internet can spell trouble.

    DVD (With CD-ROM) / 2010 / (Grades 4-7) / 14 minutes

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    For many kids, the Internet is an important part of their daily routine. Unfortunately, with the immediacy of the Internet, its anonymity and it's easy accessibility, kids are using Instant Messaging, Blogs, e-mail, chat rooms and social networks to spread gossip and rumors to harass and embarrass their peers. In this program, students will come to understand that using the Internet for those purposes is actually bullying. True to life scenarios demonstrate practical ways for students to protect themselves and restrict the opportunities others have of harassing them online.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2010 / (Grades 4-7) / 14 minutes

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    Your digital footprint is the data trace left by your activity in a digital environment, whether on the Internet, buying something with a credit card, or using a mobile phone. Like everything on the web, digital data cannot be washed away - it remains forever, a permanent footprint. Discover how the things you do in a digital environment can ultimately impact your life, including:

  • Your Digital Identity - A Permanent Step
  • Sharing and Scaring - The Dangers of Sexting
  • Social networking - Safe Steps
  • Cleaning Up - Putting Your Best Digital Foot Forward

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2010 / (Grades 8-Adult) / 20 minutes

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    The Internet has revolutionised our daily lives. But what are the dangers? Remaining safe online is no easy task. Much has been said about what not to do, but how do you unwittingly give away too much about yourself? And why is that a problem anyway? This program discusses ways users can avoid predators, online marketers, and cyberbullies, as well as discussing the role of the internet as a media. Also highlighted are the risks associated with the use of popular social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. An invaluable resource for internet users of all ages.

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    DVD / 2009 / 24 minutes

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    Cyber bullies don't shove kids on the playground or steal lunch money, but they are just as dangerous. They stay hidden behind technology and target students on the Internet and through cell phones. This film teaches students how to be smart and stay safe in a Cyber Bullies and Cyber Problemssituation.

    "7 Ways to Block a Cyber Bully" details seven effective strategies for dealing with a digital bully. The plan includes:

    1) Understanding the e-bully
    2) Protecting your passwords
    3) Guarding personal information
    4) Using safety software
    5) Cutting off communications
    6) Saying "no" to revenge
    7) Telling someone

  • "Recommended." - Video Librarian, July/Aug 2008

  • "...educational DVD to cyber self-defense in the modern world of the Internet, social networking sites, text messaging and cell phones...invaluable and timely addition..." - The Midwest Book Review, May 2008

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2008 / (Grades 6-Adult) / 20 minutes

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    Cyber-bulling is any form of harassment that occurs via the Internet. Vicious forum posts, name calling in chat rooms, posting fake profiles on web sites and mean or cruel email messages are all examples of bullying. While Cyber-Bullying mainly takes place on line, other high tech methods like threatening text messages and taunting voicemail also fall under this category. Cyber-bullying is a crime in some States and has even led to death. Hear from Real Teens as they discuss their views on Cyber-Bullying.

    Subjects Covered Include: Why do teens Cyber-Bully
  • What can be done about Cyber-Bullies
  • How can Cyber-Bullies be stopped
  • Dealing with forum and chat room bulling
  • Where to turn to if you or a friend is being Cyber-Bullied
  • The consequences of Cyber-Bulling
  • Dealing with website bullying
  • The must do's and the not do's of the Internet

    DVD / 2008 / (Grades 8-12) / 18 minutes

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    Bullying has long been an unfortunate aspect of schooling, but today it is no longer confined to the real world. Cyber bullies are making their presence felt, and, while their motivations are the same as those of the schoolyard bully, the way they operate is quite different.

    This essential program looks at what cyber bullying is; cyber stalking and the law; and what students can do to protect themselves from this ever increasing threat. Education for parents and school communities is also examined, with strategies on how to deal with cyber bullying and positive schoolwide solutions.

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    DVD / 2007 / 26 minutes

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    Video games. Cell phones. Computers. TV. The American Medical Association reports that five million kids are addicted to videogames. Has technology overtaken your child's life? Learn about today's new high-tech addiction, its impact on kids - and families, and how parents can take control.

    DVD / 2007 / Approx. 22 minutes

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    Messages about body image, self-worth and sexuality are everywhere in advertising, TV, online and in movies. The 31.6 million kids in America today represent the largest generation in U.S. history - a generation that collectively spends $200 billion each year on products. Help your viewers help their kids to understand the power of the media and become more critical thinkers.

    DVD / 2007 / Approx. 22 minutes

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    Internet Generation, The

    Kids are growing up in a 24/7 cyber-world. Who are they "talking" to? How can we keep our kids safe from danger - both emotional and physical? Hear insights on setting specific rules, keeping track of kids' online visits, and talking with them - armed with hard facts and real-life examples - about the very real threats out there.

    DVD / 2006 / Approx. 22 minutes

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    Program presents three real-life stories from kids who were targets of cyberbullying attacks and offers viewers practical suggestions for how to avoid being victimized by this new, rapidly-spreading type of bullying. Each story highlights important tips such as: only post the type of information online that you would be comfortable with others seeing; remember that once an email or photo is posted online, you can't take it back; avoid responding to vicious texts or emails that might escalate a situation further; and know when to turn to a trusted adult for help. Renowned "bully coach" Joel Haber leads a discussion on how serious and damaging cyberbullying can be, and touches upon recent cases of children committing suicide after being cyberbullied. This timely program will strike a chord with all viewers¡Xthose who may have been victimized as well as those who may have thought that cyberbullying was "no big deal."

    DVD (Closed Captioned, With Teacher's Resource Book, Handouts) / / (Grades 7-College) / 23 minutes

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    In a recent survey, one in five teens admitted to sending nude or semi-nude photos or videos and more than half said it was common for explicit photos and text messages to be passed around among friends. View teens' real stories: a girl recounts how an explicit picture of her became widely circulated in her school; a boy expresses regret at posting pictures of a girlfriend after they had broken up. A law enforcement official drives home the legal consequences of sexting. Using a peer-to-peer approach, teens talk about the importance of resisting pressures to engage in sexting. They emphasize that you can't assume that anything you send or post is going to remain private; that you can't change your mind once something is out there in cyberspace; and that what you may think is a harmless joke may be interpreted very differently by someone else.

  • Video Librarian: 3 out of 4 Stars (Good)
  • Educational Media Reviews Online (EMRO): Highly Recommended

    DVD (Closed Captioned, With Teacher's Resource Book) / / (Grades 7-12) / 20 minutes

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    Facebook. Cellphones. Texting. Technology is the way kids communicate today -- and a new challenge for parents and educators when it comes to keeping kids safe and on the right track. Along with its benefits, the online world brings plagiarism and cheating, bullying, "sexting," cyberbullying and exposure kids have never had at such a young age. Growing up in The Digital Age requires requires education, excess and ethics - from adults who care. Hear from kids themselves about what they're really up to and in to online - and how to educate and protect even tech-savvy kids from others and their own behavior.


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    Cyber ethics and respect for others online are critical skills to acquire for today's connected teens. The message of this teen-centered video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online and to know how to react when others behave in inappropriate ways. Teen hosts discuss the ethics of issues such as distributing unflattering pictures or posts aimed at harming someone's reputation and the importance of respecting the privacy of others. They emphasize the importance of respecting the safety of others and becoming an upstander rather than a bystander when witnessing abusive behavior online.

    One teen gives a real-life account of the devastating effects of being cyberbullied. Student interviews expose the extent of plagiarism among their peers and student attitudes about plagiarism. The program details the differences between legitimate online research and plagiarism. Similarly, the differences between legitimate sharing online and piracy are clearly spelled out as are the ethical implications and legal risks of stealing someone else's work.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / (Grades 7-College) / 17 minutes

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    Cyber reputation, security and safety have become important topics for students to understand and master. This engaging video program encourages students to think critically about the opportunities and risks provided by their many digital devices. Real-life dangers from predators, spammers and identity thieves are revealed through teen interviews and accounts from experts in cyber security and safety. Students learn why it is important to choose passwords that are hard to guess and why they should not share their passwords with others.

    Students are challenged to think about ways that digital technology can be used to enhance or damage their reputations. Teens talk about how compromising photos and other postings online became part of their permanent digital footprint. The video provides specific advice about how to protect students' privacy, security and online reputations.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / (Grades 7-College) / 19 minutes

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    This timely program provides teens with an essential safety primer on using social networks such as Facebook. Through interviews with experts and real-life young people, teens learn that social networks can be a useful tool for communication and connection, but also pose significant risks. Experts discuss how harmful rumors can be spread quickly as well as the danger of cyberbullying, or harassment that occurs through the internet, cell phones, and other technology. The risks of "sexting," or posting sexually explicit images or materials online, are also covered. Viewers see how "phishers" and identity thieves can glean private information from what you post on social profiles; finally, the risk of encountering sexual predators is emphasized. The program provides important, easy-to-follow rules for keeping information¡Xand oneself¡Xsafe while using social networks.

    DVD (Closed Captioned, With Teacher's Resource Book) / / (Grades 7 - College) / 20 minutes

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    The Internet has become an important tool in everyday life. While enjoying the convenience of the Internet, one should also be aware of the ethical and safety issues online. This presentation discusses the potential dangers and hazards of the Internet and provides skills to prevent and respond to these issues.

    DVD / 59 minutes

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