Thursday, December 16, 2010

Power to Learn - Delete Cyberbullying

Power to Learn - Delete Cyberbullying

Delete Cyberbullying includes specific details and examples of how the school counseling program provides exemplary leadership, advocacy and collaboration resulting in systemic change for the benefit of students.

Delete Cyberbullying consists of:

  • Free online and print resources for parents, educators and students that provide tips, advice and suggestions on how to deal with this pressing social issue in a variety of contexts.

  • Regional "Town Hall" meetings at Boys & Girls Clubs in NYC, CT, NJ and Long Island at which parents and students will have the opportunity to speak to experts, address law enforcement and learn how to prevent and deal with this issue.

  • Delete Cyberbullying pledge, available online and in participating Boys & Girls Clubs, which encourages students throughout the NY Metropolitan area to publicly pledge to combat cyberbullying and speak up if they are witnesses to it.

  • Free family resource guide, which answers common questions related to digital media and cyberbullying.

  • Public service announcement campaign airing throughout Cablevision's service area and encouraging community members to combat cyberbullying in and out of school.

  • Public service announcement and poster contest for regional students, grades
    4-11, to create videos or posters with an anti-cyberbullying message.

  • Training events at schools and select community locations throughout the region.

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