Shelton's Cyberbullying


The State of Washington Office of the Superintendent (OSPI) has compiled a list of resources on their website to help parents and educators better understand social networking and how to use it. They will help people to more easily talk with youth about appropriate behaviors and safety issues and to be better prepared to be help when necessary.

These documents have been developed by reliable sources and are available along with other helpful resources at the OSPI website.

Recursos en español

Esté preparado para trabajar con la escuela de su hijo(a)

"Acoso por Internet" o "Acoso Cibernético

Digital Safety:
Common Sense Media - En español
NetCetera: Cómo charlar con sus hijresobre su comportamiento en línea
Alerta en Linea
Social Networking: ¿Que son Paginas de Red Sociales?
Texting: Consejos de Mensajes de Texto

Find more great cyberbullying resources at the Cyberbyllying Research Center

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