CYBERBULLYING TACTIC 1 AND INFORMATION NEWS EDUCATION NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT

Oct 1, 2013 by

EXCLUSION-CYBERBULLYING-TACTIC-IPREDATOR Dear Education News Readers,

I am writing to announce that by the end of the week, Education News will be launching a separate section of news and commentaries titled “Information Age Education News”. As the name implies, all information there will be specific to the issues and news related to educators living in the Information Age.  Spearheaded by my colleague, NYS licensed psychologist and author of the Information Age Forensics construct iPredator, Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D. , there will be a plethora of Information Age themed information regularly updated for your review and dissemination. Tune in to see when the actual Education News section is released.

National Bullying Prevention Month

 

October in America Is National Bullying Prevention Month. Below, and everyday throughout October, Education News will be publishing a different Cyberbullying Tactic and customized image compiled by Michael Dr. Nuccitelli Psy.D., a NYS licensed psychologist and author of the Information Age Forensics construct, iPredator. The link is provided below and at the base of the web page, click on the last blue image (says click to download) his full formatted article titled “Cyberbullying Tactics 2014”.

CYBERBULLYING TACTIC: EXCLUSION

1. Exclusion (aka Social Exclusion): Exclusion is a cyberbullying tactic that is highly effective and directly targets a child’s developmental need to feel accepted and part of a social construct. Social exclusion occurs by indirectly sending a harmful message to the target child that they are not included in social activities without the need for verbal deprecation. As it is well-known children and teens are developmentally fixated being recognized by their peers; the process of designating who is a member of the peer group and who is not included can be devastating to the target child.

Cyberbullying continues to grow devastating both pre-pubescent and adolescent children. Unlike pre-Information Age bullying, cyberbullies and their tactics are primarily designed and instituted in the hidden realm of cyberspace. No one knows the depths Information Age children will venture in their practices to harm other children. NYS Licensed Psychologist, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli has published his 2014 Cyberbullying Tactics for review and free download at their website.

Cyberbullying Tactics 2014 | How Cyberbullies Cyberbully | iPredator Webpage

http://www.ipredator.co/ipredator/cyber-bullying/cyberbullying-tactics/

Regards,

Jimmy Kilpatrick
Editor-n-Chief
Education News

 

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