Useful Links

Useful Links

How to address Cyber Bullying

The authors have a variety of materials to assist you in addressing cyber bullying.

Read our parent handout on cyber bullying that includes specific steps you can take to address cyber bullying.

Read our tips on removing offensive profiles on social networking sites

What Can Bystanders Do That Really Helps? (youthvoiceproject.com) 

What Is Most Helpful for Adults At School To Do? (youthvoiceproject.com)

Internet Safety Links:

Link to ConnectSafely

www.safetyweb.com – Helpful tool for parents who need assistance in monitoring instant messaging and social networking sites

www.netsmartz.org – Information for parents, teachers and students

www.wiredsafety.org – World’s largest internet safety and help group

www.gpb.org/internetsafety - Georgia Public Broadcasting presentation on Gangs and Internet Safety.  Dr. Agatston participated in the panel discussion which followed the original broadcast.

Bullying Prevention Links:

www.clemson.edu/olweus – Information for adults on the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program – a comprehensive school-wide prevention program designed to reduce and prevent bullying problems among school children

www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov – Useful information on bullying for kids and adults, including excellent cartoon “webisodes” that focus on bullying

www.olweus.org The world’s foremost Bullying Prevention Program

www.teachingtolerance.org – Resources for educators and adults, to help teach tolerance

www.stopbullyingnow.com – Resources for educators and adults, including the excellent book:  Schools Where Everyone Belongs by Stan Davis