PBS aired a Frontline special in January 2008 titled, “Growing Up Online.” The entire program can be viewed on the PBS website in separate chapters. I learned about this last week, listening to the most recent Seedlings podcast. This evening in Seattle, I led a three hour workshop on “Safe Digital Social Networking,” and we watched the video chapter from this program on cyberbullying to highlight issues as well as generate discussion. We also started a VoiceThread to share responses to this program and the issues it raises. Feel free to add your voice to the conversation we started!
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