Legal and ethical issues with digital technologies in education

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1. Texting, email, video call, exclusion, commenting, 'likes', instant or direct messaging, social medias,

1.1. Formats of Cyberbullying

2. "Bullying is the ongoing and deliberate misuse of power in relationships through repeated verbal, physical and/or social behaviour that intends to cause physical, social and/or psychological harm. National definition of bullying for schools. Cyberbullying is bullying conducted with the use of technology, like mobile phones or the internet" (Queensland Government, 2020 [https://www.qld.gov.au/education/schools/health/bullying])

2.1. What is Cyberbullying?

3. Resources for students and teachers

3.1. if you’re being cyberbullied https://www.esafety.gov.au/key-issues/cyberbullying https://bullyingnoway.gov.au/WhatIsBullying How you can look after yourself and report cyberbullying. https://www.csyw.qld.gov.au/campaign/stop-cyberbullying/children-young-people Taking steps to create your cyberbullying action plan and hear from other young people that have been Cyberbullied. https://au.reachout.com/bullying/bystander For more information about sexting, cyberbullying, online privacy and what to do if you run into trouble online https://www.thinkuknow.org.au If you want to turn over a new leaf and rewrite your story. This resource contains real stories, advice and support. https://www.esafety.gov.au/educators/classroom-resources For those who want to challenge the haters and fakers online. This resource offers practical advice by young people, for young people to help battle the trolls online. https://www.esafety.gov.au/educators/classroom-resources/young-and-esafe Prefer to watch rather than do? This resource is an animated clip on how to stand up and be a safe and supportive bystander to bullying. https://bullyingnoway.gov.au/resources/videos/pages/videoplayer.aspx?VideoID=173 ‘So you got naked online’. Use this resource to help manage what happens for shared inappropriate content or to learn more about how to stay safe online. https://www.esafety.gov.au/young-people/my-nudes-have-been-shared

4. Resources for parents and carers

4.1. iParent is a resource that aims to answer questions about what to do if your child is being affected by cyberbullying https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents

4.2. The eSafety guide can be contacted to learn about how to manage online conflicts https://www.esafety.gov.au/key-issues/esafety-guide

4.3. For more information about sexting, cyberbullying, online privacy and what to do if you run into trouble online https://www.thinkuknow.org.au

4.4. ‘So you got naked online’. Use this resource to help manage what happens for shared inappropriate content or to learn more about how to stay safe online. https://www.esafety.gov.au/young-people/my-nudes-have-been-shared

5. Stand up in a safe and supportive way to victims of bullying - zero tolerance policy

5.1. How can it be stopped

5.2. Report it to a friend, adult or helpline

5.3. Understand how digital information works - where does it go, how is it stored, what are you agreeing to.

5.4. Block the haters and trolls

6. School is responsible for all legal and ethical responsibilities of students when they are at, or representing the school (if a parent is not absent), as part of the school's duty of care for students. Any cyberbullying that occurs outside of the schooling environment will be the responsibility of parent or carer or the individual, dependent on age. Criminal charges can be applied to any persons of 10 years or older in Queensland.

6.1. Who is responsible for monitoring cyberbullying?