#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | After Gen Z, meet Gen Alpha. What to know about the generation born 2010 to today

Pre-K students and teacher (Photo: Ellora Remington / USAF) (ABC News) — If you have a child born 2010 or later, you’re parenting a Generation Alpha. The jobs they’ll have some day? Many don’t currently exist. They will have more formal education than any generation before them. The majority of their…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | How can Love Island carry on as normal? | Television & radio

Last year, when a guest on The Jeremy Kyle Show killed themselves in the week following the show’s filming, ITV acted swiftly. Kyle’s show spent its entire 14-year existence weathering controversy – a judge once described it as “human bear-baiting” – but when a person directly connected to the show…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | What to know about Gen Alpha, the generation born 2010 to today

Rawpixel/iStock Rawpixel/iStock(NEW YORK) — If you have a child born 2010 or later, you’re parenting a Generation Alpha. The jobs they’ll have some day? Many don’t currently exist. They will have more formal education than any generation before them. The majority of their parents? Millennials. The term “Generation Alpha” was…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Global variation in the prevalence of bullying victimisation amongst adolescents: Role of peer and parental supports

Summary Background Bullying victimisation is a global public health problem that has been predominantly studied in high income countries. This study aimed to estimate the population level prevalence of bullying victimisation and its association with peer and parental supports amongst adolescents across low and middle income to high income countries…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Safer Internet Day: tips for how to keep your kids safe online

Today marks Safer Internet Day, a worldwide event that raises awareness about online safety and encourages everyone to help create a better internet. This year the theme is ‘Together for a better internet,’ with the aim to encourage all Australians to start the conversation about online safety issues and inspire…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | After Gen Z, meet Gen Alpha. What to know about the generation born 2010 to today

If you have a child born 2010 or later, you’re parenting a Generation Alpha. The jobs they’ll have some day? Many don’t currently exist. They will have more formal education than any generation before them. The majority of their parents? Millennials. The term “Generation Alpha” was coined by Mark McCrindle,…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Missing 11-year-old Colorado boy’s stepmother releases statement about search

Gannon Stauch  The stepmother of 11-year-old Gannon Stauch offered new public details about the boy’s last-known whereabouts, evidence she has shared with police and the public threats she has received, according to a lengthy statement released to Fox31. Letecia Stauch reaffirmed that she last saw Gannon between 3:15 p.m. and…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | YMCA, Google help parents ‘Be Internet Awesome’ – Silicon Valley

Simonds Elementary School in San Jose’s Almaden Valley and Robert Randall Elementary School in Milpitas were among 16 local sites to host Feb. 11 workshops for parents looking for advice on how to manage cyberbullying and online safety. The workshops were part of a 16-city collaboration coordinated by the YMCA…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | AG Shapiro: Anonymous Safe2say tips reach 40,382 in first year – News – Ellwood City Ledger

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said the state’s year-old Safe2Say Something reached 40,382 tips since its launch. Most tips alerted safety officials to mental health issues. Just one year after the state’s Safe2Say Something anonymous tip line went live across all schools in Pennsylvania, the attorney general is calling on…

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