Cyberbullying Affects Children : Research Report

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RESEARCH AND REPORT ON HOW CYBERBULLYINGAFFECTS CHILDREN LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT INAUSTRALIA PRIMARY SCHOOLS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYPresent study describes impact of cyberbullying on children’s learning and theirdevelopment. Family loneliness and poor guidance are the major factors which create such typeof situation when kid fails to discuss his/her problems with elders. Effects of all these elementson human development are being explained in this report.
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1RATIONALE...................................................................................................................................1FINDINGS.......................................................................................................................................1DISCUSSION..................................................................................................................................3FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THIS ISSUE............................................................................4POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF THE ISSUE IN RELATION TO CHILDREN'S LEARNING ANDDEVELOPMENT............................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................6RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONCyberbullying can be explained as sending harmful text and images by using digitalcommunication sources to others. Social media networking, cell phone and paper text havebecome essential part of children's life now-a-days. They use internet frequently which put ahuge impact on their learning and development to a great extent (Kowalski and et.al., 2014).Teenagers are much more dependent upon technology and they bully others by using thistechnology. Present report will explain the impact of cyberbullying on children's learning andtheir development in Australian primary schools. Social learning theory andoperant conditioningwill be explained in this study. Furthermore, assignment will explain the key factors whichcontribute to this issue and their effects on children's learning and development.RATIONALECyberbullying is the most serious issue faced by teachers. School’s kids use digitaltechnology to repeatedly harass, embarrass and threaten other children. Parents and teachers donot pay much attention on their children and thus, these people become aggressive and they useinternet, social networking sites frequently in order to humiliate others. Australia is the countrywhere number of cyberbullying cases are increasing in schools (Smith, Cowie and Blades, 2015).Government of Australia recognises that students are the future of nation and their developmentcan be better for the growth of region. Authorities and teachers take care of well-being, safety oflearners and their social development (Arıcak and et.al., 2014).Teachers and parents have to guide their children well so that they would not misusetechnologies. Ignorance from their side can create big trouble for kids in the future (Cross andet.al., 2016). Teachers are the developer of children. They have responsibility to support well inthe growth of them. There are many children who do not get sufficient guidance from theirparents and teachers. Thus, they move towards the wrong direction and so, many students insultothers on these social networking sites.FINDINGSAccording to Bauman and Bellmore, (2015) social learning theory is the great approachwhich explains that people learn many things from observation, imitation. Children easily imitatetheir elders and if attitude of their parents or families are not good then these kids also do the1
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