Nidia Bejar, (center with white shirt) makes a card on bullying in a digital citizenship class about cyberbullying at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. She was among teenagers, ages 11-16, who were invited to a free Geek Squad Academy session on Saturday to learn how to recognize and stop cyberbullying.
Nidia Bejar, (center with white shirt) makes a card on bullying in a digital citizenship class about cyberbullying at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. She was among teenagers, ages 11-16, who were invited to a free Geek Squad Academy session on Saturday to learn how to recognize and stop cyberbullying. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
Nidia Bejar, (center with white shirt) makes a card on bullying in a digital citizenship class about cyberbullying at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. She was among teenagers, ages 11-16, who were invited to a free Geek Squad Academy session on Saturday to learn how to recognize and stop cyberbullying. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

Cyberbullying: Kids told to be online superheroes

September 22, 2014 4:56 PM