The video “Hero in the Hallway” is one I often like to use as a conclusion for presentations with students about cyberbullying prevention.
I’m sharing this blog post and question primarily for students at Howe High School in Mrs. Parks’ journalism class following our recent videoconference, but the following questions are open for anyone to answer.
How do you think the themes and messages of this video connect to what we need to be doing in our schools to address bullying, cyberbullying, and other issues together?
What action steps can you begin taking NOW at your school to make a positive difference in the lives of those who are victims of bullying?
For more links related to this topic, see my wiki page for the presentation “Proactive Approaches to Address Cyberbullying and Digital Social Networking.”
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