Activity #1- Have students write and conduct a survey to find out your school staff's perceptions of cyberbullying. Have them compare these findings to a survey of students and present their results to the staff. Use an online survey Web 2.0 tools to collect your data.
Activity #2- Have students collaborate to create a tip sheet for students affected by cyberbullying. Publish it on a school web page or print it. Use Web 2.0 tools , such as a blog or a wiki, to allow students to contribute ideas.
Activity #3- Invite students to design their own cyberbullying prevention posters. Ask teachers, administrators, and parents to judge the entries. Ask your principal or business leaders in your community to have the winning poster printed. Then distribute the printed poster on campus. Use digital-imaging technologies to create and reproduce posters. Using Web 2.0 tools publish the winning posters on your school's Web site, a blog, or a wiki.
Activity #4- Have students write and record a cyberbullying prevention message for your school morning announcements or school video broadcast. Using Web 2.0 tools put your announcement online as a podcast.