A Glimmer of Hope in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Researchers Find a Decrease in both In-Person and Online Bullying

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What are the main takeaways from this study?

Were you also able to examine what happened when schools began re-opening for in-person instruction in the Fall of 2020?

Was there any element of the research findings that surprised you? Why or why not?

Are the effects of cyberbullying different compared to types of bullying that occurs in-person?

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What research methods did you use to measure how COVID-19 disrupted bullying?

From your perspective, is analyzing Google search trends a research method with the potential to become the wave of the future?

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What steps can parents, educators, etc. take to prevent in-person and cyberbullying in a post-pandemic world?

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