Parent Resources for Cyber Safety
Resources for Parents on Cyber Safety
Tips for teens and parents on how to appropriately use the Web.
Tips on how to make sure your child is not a target of bullying.
From kindergarten readiness through college prep, Education.com gives parents the information they need and the ideas they want to help their kids reach their full potential and make learning fun as well as resources for school bullying.
A brochure from The National PTA Connect for Respect Initiative about how to make sure your child does not become a bully.
Rosalind Wiseman is an internationally recognized expert on children, teens, parenting, bullying, social justice, and ethical leadership. Wiseman’s website offers videos, articles and tips for dealing with and recognizing bullying.
A guide to learning the signs of bullying behavior in Tween years
Results from a survey of parents on cyberbulling
Tips on how to supervise your child online
Five things all parents should know about cyberbullying
Definitions and advice on digital harassment
Advice for parents on dealing with harassment through texting
Resources to help parents teach internet safety to their children
A parent’s guide to cyberbullying
Melrose Alliance Against Violence
Ten questions for starting the conversation with your teen.
Myths and facts about teen dating violence.
Information regarding starting conversations with children about developing healthy relationships before they start dating. (Note that this is a PDF designed to be printed out and folded.)
HazingPrevention.Org is a national organization that provides education, develop resources and build partnerships with others to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups.