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CCCOE Cyberbullying Resources


Administrator Resources 

This site from the U.S. government provides information on how kidsteensyoung adultsparentseducators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.


CSRIU - Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use

Nancy Willard provides several articles for administrators on the legal and discipline issues related to cyberbullying and sexting. She has an excellent book on the topic. 


CommonSense Media Cyberbullying Toolkit for Admininstrators

FREE Cyberbullying Toolkit for Administrators offers easy-to-use resources - all organized by grade level. The toolkit also includes an engaging video designed to get educators thinking about the role they can play in stopping cyberbullying in its tracks.



Teacher Resources

Go to the Online Presentation from Netsmartz - Click on Chapter 2, Cyberbullying


CommonSense Media Cyberbullying Toolkit

FREE Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators offers engaging lesson plans and easy-to-use parent engagement resources - all organized by grade level. The toolkit also includes an engaging video designed to get educators thinking about the role they can play in stopping cyberbullying in its tracks. Learn more about the toolkit at


BrainPop: Cyberbullying

BrainPop, a provider of animated instructional videos, provides a FREE video lesson on cyberbullying with accompanying activities and resources. It includes a quiz that can be emailed to the teacher. (grades 4-8)


Common Sense Media Education

Based on the work of Howard Gardner and the GoodPlay Project at Harvard, the curriculum uses case studies to emphasize critical thinking and decision making. Lessons are divided into three major topical strands: 1. Safety and Security, 2. Digital Citizenship and 3. Research and Information Literacy. It's FREE, but you must register as an educator to access the units. The unit, Connected Culture, offers 6 lessons on cyberbullying. You can access grade K-5 lessons on cyberbullying here. (Grades K-8)


NetSmartz Workshop (English and Spanish!)

This FREE interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is designed to help teach children ages 5-17 to be safer off and online. The site provides an Online Safety Education Kit (grades K-6), video lessons (grades 4-12), and  downloadable presentations for parents, tweens, and teens. See the video lessons on cyberbullying here. You can also go directly to NSTeens animated videos or Real-Life Stories videos---a series of narratives from teens about real experiences of online victimization. (grades K-12)


CCCOE Copyright and Plagiarism Resources


Administrator Resources

 Click here to view the archived webinar


Download a PDF of Resources Highlighted in the Webinar


10 Big Myths of Copyright Explained - an article explaining what does and doesn't violate copyright.


Fair Use for Media Literacy Education - Video produced by The Center for Social Media explaining the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education. The Code of Best Practices was created in collaboration with the Washington College of Laws Program on Information, Justice and Intellectual Property and with Media Education Lab at Temple University.



Teacher Resources

Common Sense Media Education

The unit, Respecting Creative Workoffers three lessons on copyright and fair use for grades 6-8. You can access grade K-5 lessons here. (Grades K-8)


Library of Congress Professional Development - This link will lead you to an online module about copyright and fair use.  Topics covered are: Rights and responsibilities, Low-worry uses of primary source and Checking for Fair Use.  It will take approximately 1 hour to complete the module.  GREAT resource!


Nothing Beats the Real Thing - an Australian website with videos, lessons and interactive units for teachers to use with students.  


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