Are you a part of any of the above Social Media Platforms? If you are, you may be subject to cyberbullying.
Nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online. 1 in 4 has had it happen more than once.
Signs that your child is being cyberbullied: - They suddenly stop using the computer - They don't to use the computer where you can see the screen - Turns the screen/monitor off whenever you walk by - Seems nervous or jumpy when they recieve a text and/or IM - Doesn't want to go to school and appears - Becomes withdrawn If your child has exhibited any of the above behavior, they may be a victim of cyberbullying.
Scene #1: Various Social Media platform logos are shown and a compelling question appears at the bottom. This is a way to grab the watcher's attention.
Bullying victims are 2 to 9 times more likely to consder committing suicide.
Scene #2: An accurate statistic of how many kids are being cyberbullied over text or through social media platforms. This is important for information for both teens and parents to know.
Are you sure you want to post this?
Scene #3: A list of how to tell if your child is being cyberbullied. It is rare that a kid tells their parents they're being bullied. People may brush it off, but cyberbullying is a serious issue. Cyberbullying can sometimes be more damaging than physical bullying.
I was a vctim of cyberbullying. But I got help. And you can too.
Scene #4: More statistics, this time about suicide. Cyberbullying should be taken very seriously. Just because it happens over the Internet doesn't mean it's not significant.
Scene #5: How you can help/Call to action. A software that analyzes what you're writing and asks whether or not your really want to post/send it.
Scene #6: Conclusion. Speak Up. Pay Attention. Cyberbullying is a problem and it needs to be stopped.