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...r youth to embellish who they are. The objectives would be for students to learn what harassment is and means, what the different types of harassment there are, and how digital technology factors in harassment and bullying. I think these lessons will be beneficial for students learning to make life long choices. It will help them to communicate better as they will be able to differentiate, describe, and understand some situations better. They will also be able to understand the differences between harassment and bullying as well as the links between them. Again, the most beneficial lesson will involve digital technology. Students will be instructed on the ideas that once things have been shared digitally, there is no way to change or get that information back. It can be shared so quickly and I feel this is one of the biggest dangers for today’s youth in our society.
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