- Developing an agenda
- Collecting or brainstorming problems
- Pitching problems to be solved
- Formulating the solution
- Presentation of solutions
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Handle cyber bullies by documenting their interaction and not respond. Being safe online can be simplified to which two concepts: Respect and Protect. Student panel discussions are one way to raise awareness about cyberbullying and how to cope with it because students get to tell the stories in their own voice. A student comes to you because she’s worried she just replied to an email and signed into a site that didn’t seem legitimate. Advise her to change her password, clear her browsing history, and delete the email. P@s5uu3Rd a better password than 53psuurd. It has upper case letters, symbols, and is longer. Numbers and letters are interspersed. Compare how cyber bullying is the same as more traditional bullying in schools. Students are more used to cyber bullying is a false statement. Resilience important to develop in your students because they will eventually have a negative experience online. Connect your students with others. Teachers can help shape responsible students by showing students how to create strong passwords, providing opportunities for students to practice good behavior, creating a safe environment for talking about digital citizenship topics, and integrating digital citizenship lessons in class. Building resilience helps students cope better when faced with challenges online. Image search can be used to teach good online behavior by finding pictures available online and filtering images by usage rights.