Presented by Sherri Cripe, Director of School Bullying Prevention at Purdue University. Social media has changed the way students communicate. Incidents of cyberbullying are on the rise and is a growing concern among parents and school leaders. Students fear being threatened or harassed online and being “cancelled” by their peers. Victims of cyberbullying can have feelings of isolation, depression, and anxiety. In this session, you will hear tips and strategies on how to help students use technology and social media responsibly and safely. You will be equipped with tools on how to identify and address cyberbullying and support the mental health needs of students as we collectively delete cyberbullying in our schools.

Thursday, October 19 - 1:30-3:00 pm ET 
Click here or call 646.876.9923 to join session 

Hosted by Jill Summerlot, Webinar Coordinator and Lesa Paddack, IN*SOURCE Assistant Director, this training is free and open to the public. Certificates of attendance are available for attendees. Professional Growth Plan points subject to approval from attendee's organization.

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