I work at a 5th and 6th grade school that has a weekly class meeting time where we are working on character education and our anti-bullying curriculum. This week I'm in charge of the cyberbullying lessons. What I found to use on the Web was either way too young for my savvy 6th graders or felt too old for them.
So I created a SmartNotebook lesson for our teachers to use. It includes three scenarios to help the kids identify what cyberbullying is and a special "Cyber Cruel or Cyber Kind" self assessment quiz that helps the students identify which online behaviors are positive (like e-mailing a friend with a "Put UP" rather than a "Put DOWN") and which are negative (choosing to log into someone else's mail account because you know their password).
I'm really happy with the way that it turned out because I tried to make sure that it was very positive and oriented on equipping each student with an action plan that they can use when they feel that they are being cyberbullied.
It's available for a buck on my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.