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  • Q1
    What are some high-risk behaviors mentioned in the article associated with young people's use of technology?
    Online shopping, virtual reality, healthy communication, educational apps
    Cybersecurity, online gaming, social media use, excessive screen time
    Exposure to pornography, drugs, violence, and cyberbullying.
  • Q2
    According to the study conducted by Kowalski and Limber, what percentage of students had no experience with cyberbullying?
  • Q3
    Why did the Cobb County School District conduct focus groups with students?
    To promote technology use among students
    To understand the impact of cyberbullying on students and assess the need for prevention messages and policy development.
    To test new educational apps
    To analyze students' physical fitness levels
  • Q4
    How was cyberbullying defined for the students in the focus groups?
    Using the Internet or other digital technologies such as cellular phones and personal digital assistants to be intentionally mean or to harass others.
    Participating in school-related clubs and activities online.
    Using any electronic device to access educational resources.
    Playing online games with friends.
  • Q5
    How did students in the focus groups describe their familiarity with technology?
    They were very familiar with technology, owned cellular phones, and had Internet access at home.
    They only used technology for school assignments.
    They preferred traditional forms of communication over technology.
    They had limited exposure to technology and rarely used digital devices.
  • Q6
    Did male and female students have the same perspective on cyberbullying in their schools? Explain.
    Male and female students had identical perspectives on cyberbullying.
    Male students were less concerned about cyberbullying.
    Male students were more concerned about cyberbullying.
    Female students were more likely to view cyberbullying as a problem.
  • Q7
    When do most cyberbullying incidents occur in relation to the school day, according to the students?
    Most incidents occurred during lunch breaks.
    Most incidents occurred during school hours.
    Most incidents occurred outside of the school day, except for cyberbullying via text messaging.
    Most incidents occurred during physical education classes.
  • Q8
    Why were students reluctant to report cyberbullying to adults at school?
    Because it frequently occurs via cellular phone use, and it is against school policy to have cellular phones on during school hours.
    Because students didn't want to share their personal experiences.
    Because they thought adults at school wouldn't understand.
    Because they enjoyed cyberbullying.
  • Q9
    How did students suggest dealing with cyberbullying?
    Students suggested reporting the incident to school authorities immediately.
    Students suggested blocking the sender or ignoring the message.
    Students suggested responding with aggressive messages.
    Students suggested encouraging retaliation.
  • Q10
    What did students know about circumventing school filters to access websites or messaging programs?
    Students were aware of ways to circumvent school district filters.
    Students believed that circumventing filters was impossible.
    Students had no knowledge of circumventing school filters.
    Students thought that school filters were not needed.
  • Q11
    What recommendations did the article make to schools regarding the use of cellular phones on campus?
    Ban cellular phones on campus altogether.
    Provide free cellular phones to all students.
    Encourage unlimited use of cellular phones during school hours.
    Enforce cellular phone policies and have parents and students read and sign acceptable use policies.
  • Q12
    Why is it important for schools to adopt bullying prevention programs according to the article?
    To ensure that students understand that targeting classmates through negative messages or images online or through cellular phones is a form of bullying.
    To encourage students to use technology more often.
    To increase the school's revenue.
    To improve students' academic performance.
  • Q13


    To find a way around something, such as internet filters.

    Something that is offensive or disagreeable.

    The act of using digital technology to harass or intimidate others.

    The results or effects of a particular action or situation.

    People who witness an event without participating, often used in the context of cyberbullying.


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