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Offsite Internet activities and schools :: What methods work with the different kinds of cyberbullies? :: Instant Messaging 101 :: Parry Aftab’s guide for schools on cyberbullying :: Community programs :: Wired Kids Summits :: Wired Kids Summits: Cyberbullying - Youth-Empowered Solutions :: Internet Superheroes :: Teenangels

Bringing Stop Cyberbullying Programs to your community

You can use one of our tutorials, or walk through our guide alone or with your family.

You can sign a Stop Cyberbullying pledge.

You can create your own program using Stop Cyberbullying and our other program materials you can download without charge online.

You can sponsor a local Teenangels or Tweenangels chapter to promote Internet safety.

You can arrange for a local speaker from our corps of volunteers to attend a school or local community event.

You can use our Internet safety videos, games and quizzes at home and in your schools and community centers.

Or you can host a Wired Kids Summit.

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