Cyber Kids, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Balance

Cyber Kids, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Balance

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Edited by Barbara C. Trolley, Edited by Constance Hanel

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  • Publisher: Corwin Press Inc
  • Format: Paperback | 184 pages
  • Dimensions: 191mm x 264mm x 13mm | 386g
  • Publication date: 19 January 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Thousand Oaks
  • ISBN 10: 1412972922
  • ISBN 13: 9781412972925
  • Illustrations note: black & white tables, figures
  • Sales rank: 498,924

Product description

Ideal for administrators, counsellors, and teachers, this resource provides practical information about technology use and cyber bullying as it relates to today's students and schools. Although technology can be used to help students succeed both socially and academically, it is critically important that school professionals know how to address technology misuse, particularly cyber bullying, since problems of abuse are on the rise. "Cyber Kids, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Balance" introduces educators to the wide world of modern technology in all its forms and nuances. The authors illustrate how to identify instances of cyber bullying and respond to them appropriately. The extensive appendix includes legal guidelines, a school planning calendar, a student assessment form, and an incident report form. The book provides basic information about prevention, assessment, intervention, and evaluation that is readily accessible and easily understood and implemented. A new and exciting focus of the book is the concept of 'cyber balance' - helping students make healthy, safe choices about technology.

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Barbara C. Trolley has spent over three decades working in the counseling field. Currently, she is a professor in counselor education at St. Bonaventure University, where she trains graduate students for careers in school and mental health counseling. As the chair of her university's disability committee and coordinator of the autism training program, Trolley is committed to working with issues of diversity and youth. The lead author of books on school counseling and cyberbullying, as well as numerous professional articles in the area of rehabilitation and grief counseling, Trolley is the creator and editor of the New York State School Counseling Journal. She and her co-authors of Cyber Kids, Cyberbullying, Cyber Balance have spent the last four years conducting countless workshops and media presentations on cyberbullying at the local, stateb and national levels. Before coming to the academic world, she spent almost a decade working as a therapist and administrator, addressing child and family issues, especially around child abuse and grief. Constance Hanel is currently working as a school counselor and skills coach for youth K-12. With her background as a prevention specialist, Hanel has focused on working with at-risk children on alternative skill building. She mentors youth in leadership roles and is the co-creator of the youth leadership program Operation Kids-Real Life Learning. As a professional guest speaker and author on cyberbullying and cyber balance, she has presented workshops for various organizations, educational forums, and parenting groups. She received her MSED from St. Bonaventure, New York, and has a BA in industrial organizational psychology.

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"An easily understood introduction to the wired culture in which the youth of today live and the potential hazards, most notably cyber bullying, associated with online activities. Recommendations for preventing cyber bullying in the first place and intervening in instances that occur are provided in a clear, programmatic way. The cyber bullying stories give an inside look into cyber bullying in a way that simply describing research cannot. The book will appeal to those conducting research in the area of cyber bullying, but will also be beneficial to school administrators and counselors as well as parents. Each chapter ends with reflective questions that will provide both parents and teachers with important talking points related to cyber bullying." -- Robin Kowalski, Professor of Psychology 20090625 "As a researcher of bullying, I really got some great ideas about how to handle this new concept of cyberbullying. If I were Roger and Ebert, I would give this two thumbs up. GREAT resource!" -- Rhonda Williams, Assistant Professor 20090625 "Trolley and her associates approach issues of cyber bullying from the very practical, very hands-on level of the cyber kids-around the world and down the block. The overall theme is restoring balance: balance among kids, families, educational professionals, and the technologies themselves. This book provides insights and practical tools to help cyber kids navigate safely and securely through this new technological world. It is a very useful addition to a growing set of resources for both professionals and parents." -- Mike Donlin, Senior Program Consultant 20090625 "Whether we like it or not, teens are tightly tied to technology. While most adolescents are responsible in their use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices, some are not. In Cyber Kids, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Balance, the authors help bring adults up to speed by pulling together information from a variety of sources to illustrate the varied ways in which adolescents use and misuse technology. The book provides parents, teachers, and other youth-serving adults with sensible strategies to help bring balance back to the technology utilization of the children they supervise. The 'cyber story' features interspersed throughout the text help paint a clear picture of the role of technology in the lives of youth using real-life stories. Readers are sure to learn something about the positive and not-so-positive ways adolescents utilize technology." -- Justin Patchin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 20090625 "Trolley and her colleagues draw upon a vast array of resources to get a sense of how children and youth use technology. Packaged with real-life stories, practical examples, and applications, this book is very informative for parents and educators of all types." -- Qing Li, Education Professor 20090625 "This book is a useful manual filled with concise information, valuable tools, and a proactive model. School districts can develop practices and policies that support cyber balance in our students' lives. This book makes it easy!" -- Margarete Couture, Principal 20090625 "This is a practical proactive guide for parents, counselors, and educators. It offers insightful suggestions for helping our children make informed and balanced choices that lead to proper use of technology as well as reducing incidents of cyber bullying and realizing a cyber balanced society." -- Paul A. Asunda, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human Services Education Review, 13, January 2011 20111205 "The Digital Diet is delightfully informative, sensibly written and worth every minute I spent reading it. It is an excellent tool for learning and teaching." -- Joyce Neujahr, Director of Patron Services, Dr. C.C. and Mabel Criss Library Education Review 13, February 2011 20111205

Table of contents

Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Part I. Cyber Kids 1."Welcome to My World": Technology and Youth 2. "Lost in Cyberspace": Technology Travel 3. "It's a Small World After All": Use and Misuses of Technology Part II. Cyber Bullying 4. "Sticks and Stones": An Overview of Cyber Bullying 5. "If You Can't Say Anything Nice": Vehicles of Cyber Bullying 6. "Houston, We Have a Problem": Responding to Cyber Bullying Part III. Cyber Balance 7. "What's Up Doc?": Assessment 8. "This One Is Just Right": Interventions to Restore Balance 9. "An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure": Our Roles in Cyber Balance Appendixes Appendix A: Tell the Truth, Nothing But the Truth: Legal Issues Related to Student Online Speech Appendix B: Internet Safety Agreement Appendix C: Cyber Bullying Program Worksheet Appendix D: Cyber Bullying Program Timeline Worksheet Appendix E: Counselor/School Resource Chart and Parent Resource Chart Appendix F: Cyber Youth Survey Appendix G: School Cyber Bullying Survey Appendix H: Cyber Bullying Incident Report Appendix I: Cyber Bullying Student Assessment Form Appendix J: Summary Assessment Considerations Chart Appendix K: Skill-Building Resource Table Appendix L: Story Appendix M: Educational Interventions Appendix N: Cyber Bullying Educational Resource Guide Appendix O: Master Calendar Appendix P: Word Search Appendix Q: Program Evaluation Appendix R: Certificate Appendix S: Certification Test References and Further Reading Index