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Creating a Healthier School Culture by Addressing Cyberbullying

Wed. October 18, 2023 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

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Creating a Healthier School Culture by Addressing Cyberbullying

Wed. October 18, 2023 | 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

Bullying in the modern world is more complicated than ever and can have a direct impact on students’ mental health and academic performance. Anonymous social media accounts, passive-aggressive texts, hurtful comments and more can all take their toll on students, whether it’s a one-off incident and an ongoing, targeted attack.

But there is hope. According to a recent study by Cyberbullying.org, 57% of bullying incidents stop within 10 seconds when another person speaks up. That means students, as well as educators, can play a critical role in breaking the cyberbullying cycle whenever it rears its head at school.

Join us as we explore ways to strengthen school culture, reinforce student well-being, and support academic success by helping students take a stand against cyberbullying’s ever-evolving threat.

During this webinar, attendees will learn:

– Productive ways for educators to identify cyberbullying
– Modern strategies students can use to stand up against cyberbullying and support fellow students when cyberbullying occurs
– Strategies for combating the negative behaviors that lead to cyberbullying by amplifying positive behaviors from influencers, role models, and friends

Illinois educators who attend live can earn 1.0 PD credit.

Focus Area
Classroom Integration Digital Literacy & Citizenship Online and Blended Learning
Online / Statewide
PD Hours


Online / Statewide
PD Hours


IL United States
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Chelsea Lopez
Chelsea Lopez
Sr. Partnerships Specialist, The Social Institute