Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences

Date of Last Revision

2023-05-04 10:28:37


Middle Level Education

Honors Course


Number of Credits


Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Education

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2021


This paper will examine current literature regarding cyberbullying. First, cyberbullying will be defined and then, the differences between direct bullying and cyberbullying will be considered. Statistics that pertain to cyberbullying, factors regarding who is cyberbullied and who cyberbullies and what teachers can do to help will be examined. Cyberbullying is an issue that many adolescents face. As adults that spend many hours with these adolescents, teachers can make a big difference. The purpose of this paper is to review current research in order to help educate teachers on cyberbullying and how they can help.

Research Sponsor

Dr. Gary Holliday

First Reader

Mrs. Karen Plaster

Second Reader

Dr. Lisa Lenhart

Honors Faculty Advisor

Dr. Gary Holliday



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