The bystander effect has often discouraged people from doing what needs to be done. Yet bystanders can be spurred to action when they observe one individual who is willing to make the first move. In this activity, students reflect on how a young couple in Florida prompted a ripple effect of bystander action to rescue swimmers trapped in a riptide.
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