Social media resources
Access information on navigating social platforms, preventing cyberbullying, using hashtags, generating posts and more.
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The Educator’s Guide to Social Media
Educators have responsibilities and concerns that should cause them to think twice about how they use social media.
The Educator’s Guide to Student Data Privacy
This guide is meant to help teachers utilize technology in the classroom while protecting their students’ privacy.
The Parent and Educator Guide to Media Literacy and Fake News
More than 80 percent of middle and high school students surveyed were unable to distinguish between advertisements and real news stories.
Government website with Oregon-specific laws and policies around bullying
Find out how Oregon refers to bullying in its laws and what they require on the part of schools and districts.
Tips to stop cyberbullying
Eight things teens should and should not do when dealing with a bully.
"I Am a Witness" aims to stop bullying by encouraging bystanders to speak up
Program aims to stop bullying by activating the kids who witness it each day.
"I Will Defend" campaign
"I Will Defend" campaign focuses on encouraging student peers to stand up for one another.
OSBA attorney discusses cyberbullying on OPB
Students, administrators and parents should be educated about the proper use of electronic mediums and the potential consequences for cyberbullying.
Preventing and managing cyber issues
Resources to keep your students, staff and schools safe
Preventing hazing and cyberbullying
Incidents in Oregon and across the country have focused media attention on the issues of hazing and cyberbullying.
2015 Oregon Healthy Teens survey
About 16 percent of eighth-grade students reported having been cyberbullied, according to the 2015 Oregon Healthy Teens survey.
The Parent, Educator and Youth Guide to LGBTQ Cyberbullying
This guide answers questions and gives tips on how to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students who are subjected to bullying.