Have you heard the story about the middle school teacher and her fake Facebook page? It led to a campaign called #ICANHELP (Delete Negativity on Social Media). Learn more about it in this article.
Why do we see more stories of online bullying happen online nowadays. It’s partly because there are some key differences between cyber bullying and traditional bullying.
It sounds crazy, doesn’t it? What can students actually learn about cyber safety in a Meghan Trainor pop song? (Hint: NO, it’s not what you think.)
How often do paedophiles chat with underage kids on social media? How often do you think your child would respond? It might be more often than you think.
Did you know that thousands of teens reportedly skip school every day because they are bullied? Find out just how easy it is for your student to be exposed to cyberbullying.
Online radicalization: You’ve heard the term, but what is it exactly? Teachers need learn more about how extremist groups use social media to groom children online.
Online grooming and cyber exploitation are on the rise. As more people access the Internet, more children become exposed to inappropriate content in chat rooms and on social media.
Are teens in the GCC safe from strangers online? Take a look at these social media statistics (emph. online safety). from ICDL Arabia’s 2016 Cyber Safety survey. Share them with a loved one if they shock you.