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The Promise: An Anti-Cyberbullying Video

2014-05-14T21:03:54

This awareness broadcast-quality video clip is a centerpiece for an anti-cyber bullying campaign. The aim is to change the attitude of bystanders to make them more likely to intervene positively in online bullying situations. The clip should be watched by secondary school students from 13 till 19 range of age. With a raise of Information technologies, cyber bulling has become increasing common especially among teenagers. Teachers and students together could help considerably in preventing and dealing with the consequences of cyber bullying. The video does not allow actions of cyber bulling and encourage young people fight against it.

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Age range:13 - 19
Keywords:cyberbullying
Resource type:video
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