Posts Tagged ‘Kindness online’

posted by on #iCANHELP, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Digital Life

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From the moment they hit the ‘screen’ – #iCANHELP has been changing lives in a positive direction online and off. They recently announced their latest form of kindness going viral! Don’t miss the 2-minute video at the end, and share it forward. We all can make a difference! #ICANHELP Bristow Compliments Bristow Middle School works to […]

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My colleague and good friend Chris Duque has a phrase I love, #TechnologyDoneRight.  He refers to  it when we see the kindness and good things that social media and tech has done for many people and kids. Recently I wrote about how teens reached out with their digital wisdom in helping others.  Then we have […]

posted by on #iCANHELP, Anti-Bullying Clubs, Anti-bullying program, Bullying, Bullying prevention, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Digital citizenship, Online harassment, Teens and Technology, Text Speak

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What a powerful message and couldn’t ring more true! As a victim and survivor of cyberbullying, I know firsthand of what type of people like to use the keyboard to send out cyber-bullets of hurtful and lethal keystrokes that can forever change the life of people of all ages. No one is immune to online […]

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If you are from my generation Another Brick in the Wall brings back memories of one of the best classic rock songs by Pink Floyd. Today we can use it as an analogy. We have our Facebook wall (or timeline), we have streams on Twitter and Instagram and other social networking apps that we enjoy […]

posted by on Cyber Safety, Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Internet Safety, Online activity, Online image, Online profile, Online Safety, Parenting, Social media, Social Networking, Teens and Technology

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What does digital citizenship mean to you? As the world of technology and social media continues to expand, parents especially need to pay attention to raising respectful digital citizens. From the moment our kids are old enough to understand, they are taught about manners, kindness, respect for others, and proper etiquette to their elders.  Many […]

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It is such a simple word, kindness.  To be kind to one another seems like such a simple task, yet on almost a daily basis we hear about peer cruelty online (both adults and kids) that will use keystrokes as their weapon of choice to hurt others. Recently I was at the movies waiting in […]