Teachers' newest online worry: 'cyberbaiting'
from eSchool News
A new report sheds light on an emerging trend known as "cyberbaiting," a phenomenon where students taunt their teachers to the point of outburst, then capture the teachers' reactions via cellphone videos and post those videos online for all to see. Cyberbaiting is the latest example of using social networking for bad behavior, and one in five teachers across the globe has personally experienced cyberbaiting or knows another teacher who has, according to the Norton Online Family Report, a global survey of more than 19,000 students, parents and teachers in 24 countries.
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