Tag Archive | "Who’s Who"

Teens can talk to a judge without being in court, at “AsktheJudge.info”

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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Judge Tom Jacobs was a “Juvy” (Juvenile) judge for 23 years and seems to have seen  …

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Looking for useful resources on cyberbullying: Try Education.com

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

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Education.com, a website which “provides expert advice, features, columns, thousands of reference articles, and a community for parents of pre-school to high-school students,” has a very useful Special Edition section on cyberbullying (and also one on bullying).  Why do we recommend this site? 

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New Upcoming Comprehensive Work on Cyberbullying — Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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Projected publishing date - August 15, 2011 from Routledge Books -  is a new, comprehensive guide to cyberbullying, Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives, with chapters by a number of leading experts, and edited by cyberbullying authorities Professors Hinduja and Patchin. Pre-orders of hardbacks are available directly from Routledge, and paperbacks and hardbacks may be pre-ordered through Amazon.com

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MARC: The Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center

Monday, January 10, 2011

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MARC is a really cool, university-based (Bridgewater State University) organization led by director Dr. Elizabeth Englander.  Check it out …

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Negotiating Technology with your Child: Sage Advice from Dr. Russell Sabella

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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We know that “having that talk” about technology use with your children and/or students is not always the easiest conversation to start.  The conversation can become unproductive very quickly, with both sides taking a defensive stance.  Yet engaging in those conversations is one of the best ways to help children and young people learn how to stay safe [...]

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“Alison Trachtman Hill gives US the scoop on cyberbullying”: AllyKatzz Tween Summit

Monday, October 25, 2010

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Check out this short but informative interview with Alison Trachtman Hill, founder of Critical Issues for Girls (CI4G), at the AllyKatzz Tween Summit held in NYC on October 10, 2010.  (See also her interview on YouTube.)  We suggest that you take a moment to check out the rest of the AllyKatzz website, where “Girls ‘right’ their stories,” and [...]

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Reducing bullying and cyberbullying: 10 easy tips for educators

Thursday, October 7, 2010

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While we know that, unfortunately, there is nothing “easy” about reducing bullying and cyberbullying, Elizabeth Englander, Ph.D. (Director, Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center ["Marc"]) and Kristin Schank (Graduate Assistant, Marc) have put together a very helpful set of tips for educators to help prevent bullying in schools and online.

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Microsoft Sponsors Cyberworld Conference – Seattle, Washington

Monday, September 20, 2010

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Seattle, Washington, November 15-17, 2010.  The International Bullying Prevention Association has now announced its keynote speakers: Microsoft’s Jacqueline Beauchere, David Osher of the American Institutes for Research, and Christina (“Tina”) Salmivalli, Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Turku, Finland and director of the “Kiva” project.  These headliners accompany an already extensive panel of 60 digital online safety [...]

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Discussing cyberbullying with your children and other children’s parents … conversation “starters”

Thursday, July 8, 2010

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We’ve talked quite a bit on this site about the need to be proactive in engaging in conversation with young people on the issue of cyberbullying, online safety, and digitial citizenship.  Yet we also know that oftentimes those conversations are not easy – it is hard to know where to start, when to start, what [...]

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Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics: “Youthful participation: what have we learned, what shall we ask next?”

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

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At the First Annual Digital Media and Learning Conference – Diversifying Participation – held at the University of California, San Diego, in February 2010, the closing keynote was given by Prof. Sonia Livingstone, of the London School of Economics.  

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Cyberbullying Experts: Dr. Tanya Byron

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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Dr. Tanya Byron is the U.K.’s most public figure on cyberbullying prevention. She was commissioned by the British Prime Minister to

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Bullying & Cyberbullying Bystanders: Cartoon Network campaign targets middle school “bystanders” to intervene

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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Next fall, the Cartoon Network will launch

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Bill Belsey: Pioneer Cyberbullying Activist

Sunday, May 23, 2010

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Bill Belsey is the President of bullying.org and the creator of some of the world’s first

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