Computer game teaches students how to take on bullies

04/16/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

"Braincells," a Canadian computer game, is helping Massachusetts students tackle cyberbullying by showing them how to team up to stop bullies. "Computer games often glorify bullies. This game does the reverse. It shows how students can act together to bring an end to bullying," said Drew Ann Wake, the president of the company that developed the game. "Very few bullies will take on a group."

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