Posts Tagged ‘Pay it forward’

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 […]

posted by on #iCANHELP, Anti-Bullying Clubs, Anti-Bullying Programs, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Digital citizenship, Online activity, Online bullying, Social media, Social Networking, Teens and Technology

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Recently my Huffington Post articles shared a phenomenal campaign that is spreading through California schools and hopefully will make it across the country. #iCANHELP Delete Negativity on Social Media was created after someone maliciously decided to build a fake Facebook page on a teacher as a joke. The concept to delete negativity online isn’t new, […]

posted by on #TakeNoBullies, Community Service, Cybersafety, Uncategorized

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There are many people in our family, schools and community that deserve a big virtual hug of gratitude. Someone that may have mentored you, someone that may have helped you through a difficult situation, maybe someone that is helping you pay for school.¬† Maybe there is a teacher that has inspired to you to stay […]

posted by on Community Service, Parenting, Parenting Teens, Teen Entrepreneurship

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Teens today use their cell phones constantly for texting and talking — I would almost venture to say it is their first form of communication. With this parents should lead by example and show them how they use a simple text message to make a difference and help out those in need.¬† AT&T has made […]