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Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard
The third edition of this bestselling guide on cyberbullying incorporates new evidence-based strategies focused on school climate, empathy, resilience, digital citizenship, media literacy, counterspeech, and student-led initiatives.
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9781071916568
- Published By: Corwin
- Year: 2023
- Page Count: 248
- Publication date: July 06, 2023
Technology keeps changing, and cyberbullying is as prevalent as ever. It’s time to up your game.
As social media apps, gaming platforms, and other online environments have given present more opportunities to adolescents to cause harm to their peers, the proportion of youth who’ve experienced cyberbullying continues to rise. This bestselling guide from the co-directors of the Cyberbullying Research Center provides the tools you need today to keep your students safe in this increasingly connected world.
Now in its third edition, this essential resource draws on the cyberbullying experiences of thousands of students and incorporates new evidence-based strategies focused on school climate, empathy, resilience, digital citizenship, media literacy, counterspeech, and student-led initiatives. Other updates include:
- An overview of popular online environments you should know about
- Techniques for how best to work with parents, student groups, law enforcement, and social media platforms
- Deeper exploration of the emotional and psychological consequences of cyberbullying
- A nuanced focus on identity-based (e.g., gender, race, religion, sexual orientation) victimization
- Summaries of the latest legal rulings and what they mean for your school
Featuring solutions that are actionable, relevant, current, and data-driven, this guide will equip you to protect students from online harm.
Table of Contents
About the Authors
Chapter 1: Adolescent Aggression Goes Online
Chapter 2: The Nature and Forms of Cyberbullying
Chapter 3: What Do We Know About Cyberbullying
Chapter 4: Legal Issues: Protecting Your Students, Your School, and Yourself
Chapter 5: Preventing Cyberbullying
Chapter 6: Responding to Cyberbullying
As a principal, I am constantly dealing with issues involving students and technology. Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard provides a playbook for addressing these problems and for preventing them from occurring in the first place.Mary Jo Vitale
Our Lady Queen of Peace School
The third edition of Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard provides new, welcome insights on topics such as online gaming and metaverse environments, as well as how to promote empathy, resilience, and positive decision making when being targeted by peers with harassing or hateful comments, videos, and other forms of cruel content. If you want to make measurable progress in safeguarding your always-connected students, this is the book you need.Matthew Pursel
St. Andrew's School
As a middle school counselor, I always turn to Sameer Hinduja and Justin Patchin for expert advice on preventing and addressing cyberbullying. In this newest edition of their groundbreaking book, they share updated, research-informed, practical strategies that are easy to use on an individual, classroom, or schoolwide level to promote safe, healthy, and ethical student interactions online. Anyone who works with children or teens must have this indispensablePhyllis L. Fagell
Hinduja and Patchin offer up-to-date and practical strategies for identifying and handling cyberbullying. In all my years in education, these have been the toughest incidents to handle as there are so many moving pieces. This book provides the resources we need in an easily accessible and organizedCarmen Labreque
Thomas Edison Elementary School
Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard is extremely relevant. It offers an abundance of research on cyberbullying and a thorough explanation of the legal ramifications involved inDelia Racines
Rossier School of Education, USC