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  • Signs (Department of Education and Training Victoria, 2018) - Change in mood or behaviour: students may become upset, anxious, rebellious - Change in friendship groups - Wanting to spend more time with family than friends - Lowered academic performance - Not wanting to go elsewhere other than home/ dramatic change in enthusiasm to go to school or sport - Being extra secretive in online activities - Changes in online behaviour
  • The Department of Education Victoria (2018) believe the signs of cyber bullying are not definitive and are difficult to identify. 
  • How do I know if my child is being cyber bullied?
  • The Department of Education Victoria (2018) believe the signs of cyber bullying are not definitive and are difficult to identify. 
  • How do I know if my child is being cyber bullied?
  • Australian Cyber Bullying Statistics - 80% of online bullies are also bullies offline - 84% of those who were bullied online were also victims of bullying behaviour offline - 25% of all cyber-bullies target people they do not even know - 64% of females from Years 6 to 12 reported being cyber-bullied (NOBULLYING, 2018)
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  • The Department of Education and Training Victoria (2018) believe the signs of cyber bullying are not definitive and are difficult to identify. 
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