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Our group piece on cyberbullying

When my group was assigned I was bit concerned as well as happy. We had two members of the group that were consistently messing around; it was disruptive. This action of those two members had an impact on our decision making of what we should do. Eva came up with a brilliant idea. Amanda Todd; […]

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Behind the screens

Remember the classic: “Sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you”. Now with the help of technology the aged truth has turned reality for many teenagers and kids alike. Bullying, an unfortunate but seemingly unavoidable human activity, which has lingered on through centuries-maybe from the beginning of time-when the first […]

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Outcomes of Negative Reinforcement

People are faced with many obstacles ranging from education to relationships with other people. Some relationships with certain people may cause one to feel as if they are not important, potentially leading someone to the point where they ask their selves “Am I good enough? ” In “Me talk pretty one day” by David Sedaris, […]

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Bullying and It’s Effect on Students

In many schools today it is hard for students to do well due to constant harassment by their classmates. Studies such as “The Effects of Bullying on Children in School” have shown that bullying may lead to depression, low self-esteem, mental illness, and even suicide. According to Bullyingstatistics. org rates of Bullycide, a term used […]

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How to Behave in Class

A classroom is a learning environment and should be treated as such. It is not a place to talk with your friends by whispering, to use cellphones or to draw in the tables. By making so much noise and moving around a lot, you disrupt classmates. At times it is hard enough just to pay […]

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