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Anti-Bullying Projects

Cyberbullying: New Jersey Gets Tough!
“We’re Aware and We Care”

This Digital Citizenship project allowed the fifth grade students at Dionne Warwick Institute the opportunity to engage in an issue that is relevant to their lives both in and outside the classroom. This project brought the subject of bullying and cyber-bullying out into the open to be discussed, questioned, and researched. It brought understanding and commitment to take a stand and make a difference. It empowered every student including those who were bullied in the past. It gave all students a sense of security and comfort, knowing they can and should report abuse and stand up for each other.
When projects give students opportunities to problem solve in a collaborative environment on issues that matter to them and give them a forum to express their views publicly, the world opens up to them as they develop authentic, real world skills needed to succeed as a global citizen of the 21st century.
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