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Preventing Cyberbullying In Our Schools and Communities – What Educational Leaders Must Do!

This Wednesday, December 15th at 4 PM the second MLTI Principals’
Webinar will take place. The topic is Cyberbullying – What Principals
Must Do. We’ve gathered some great people and resources for this jam
packed one hour session. Thom Harnett of the Maine Attorney General’s Office, Stan Davis from Stop Bullying Now, Ted Hall and Alice Barr from Yarmouth High School, Ed Brazee and Connie Carter from Operation Breaking Stereotypes, and MLTI Integration Mentor Teri Caouette will share advice and specific suggestions as well as philosophical insights about how to combat cyberbullying in our schools. Sooo…bring your principals and/or assistant principals, and even if you can’t get them, feel free to join us for what promises to be a timely and useful session.

  1. December 15th, 2010 at 16:56 | #1

    I am trying to participate in Cyber-bullying Webinar

  2. Robert England
    December 15th, 2010 at 18:05 | #3

    I would like to hear more about possible liability concerns when we looking into potential bullying on Cell phones, computers etc. How else are we suppose to research one of the last speakers mentioned this concern for example using pornography on a cell phone and then a guidance teacher brought to the office and might be consider distributing it?? thanks

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