Past Webinar | October 24, 2022
Did you know that over half of students who experience cyberbullying find it difficult to pay attention in class? Over time, they can become less motivated, less confident, and more likely to skip school.
However, 57% of bullying incidents stop within 10 seconds when another person speaks up. As educators, we can support student well-being and academic success by encouraging and equipping students to take a stand against cyberbullying all year long.
Sarah Spain, an award-winning sports journalist who is no stranger to being cyberbullied, joined this webinar to discuss:
- Productive ways to identify cyberbullying at your school
- Effects cyberbullying had on her and how that translates to students of all ages
- Modern strategies students can use to stand up against cyberbullying and “cyberback” by having each other’s backs and supporting each other online
Sarah Spain is an Emmy and Peabody Award-
When it comes to social, Sarah’s an MVP. She takes a lot of crap from trolls on Twitter and starred in the viral sensation #MoreThanMean video that revealed just how much cyberbullying female sports reporters put up with on Twitter and how to handle it like a pro!