Cyberbullying has been one of the key concerns for all educators in 2016. What do you need to know? Cyberbullying impacts everyone and can be considered a criminal offence.
One in five teenagers have been bullied online in the past year, a commissioner’s report has found.
Sexting is causing young people to become highly distressed when they thought they had lost control of an intimate picture of themselves.
The largest cyberbullying problem you’ve never heard about While most adults would think of bullying as just a problem confined to school playgrounds,
Conflicts that start on social media are sparking violence in the state’s school grounds, with public schools recording an average of 20 attacks by students against their peers each week.
Every day more than 100,000 students in Australia stay at home because they feel unsafe at school and social media is spawning brutal levels of cruelty
Adolescents live and breathe in a digital world. Its rapid pace and constant evolution can be addictive to young minds, leaving many parents scratching their heads, worrying about potential negative effects on children.