Q5 Stop the Bully Step 2: What can you do?

6. Cyber Safety


Your task is to work with a small group of classmates to identify the best 10 tips for students to do if they are cyberbullied. Your list will be helpful for the Final Quest Activity.

1. Check with your teacher to identify a small group to work with.

2. One group member will select a word processing application (Gdocs or Word) to create the group list of tips or techniques to use to stop bullying behavior. Add the name of each group member to the top of the list.

Some suggested resources:

  • Previous notes and slides about Cyber Safety and Bullying or Cyberbullying
  • Online searching
  • Your experience
  • Additional videos located on this Quest page
  • Materials your school provides or posts

3. When done share your list with another group or the class and add any additional helpful tips to your list.

What to do if you are Cyberbullied (0:44)

How to stop bullying! Examples & Best Solutions (2:41)

Note: If you do not know what a 21t4s Digital Breakout Activity is, open the content box on the right above the Printer icon. Read and play the video for hints.

Enter the Digital Breakout Room using this link, or click on the image below. Good Luck!

Blue title Stop Cyberbullying with text and image of bullied student with laptop

MITECS Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students, and

ISTE Standards for Students

2. Digital Citizen
b. Engage in positive, safe, legal and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices
c. Demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the rights and obligations of using and sharing intellectual property

A Digital Breakout may also be called a Digital Escape Room.

This is a web-based, game-like activity where students use clues to unlock a series of puzzles or activities to solve a challenge (or to escape a digital room).

Students frequently work together, (conference, or chat) as they work to locate and solve clues.

For additional help to solve a breakout view this short video (3:44).