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School Counsellor Ashley Michelle Curd of iCademy Middle East shares some tips on how parents can educate their children about navigating the web safely.
Two educators in Dubai—one a practising lawyer from the US and the other, a human resources/psychology expert/journalist in the Philippines—have reminded parents of their huge responsibility in getting involved with their children’s lives especially so that several studies from all parts of the world have disclosed the wicked effects of the unmonitored and unhealthy use of the Internet and the social media.
The PTA had received numerous complaints against PUBG wherein it was stated that the game is addictive, wastage of time and poses serious negative impact on physical and psychological health of the children.
“Maharat” aims to facilitate the detection of development-related problems among children, while also engaging teachers and parents in the assessment process. In doing so, it contributes to providing accurate professional diagnoses of cases that need early intervention.
Last week’s horrific blast in Beirut has brought into sharp focus the need for the international community to step up and help Lebanon and its people at their time of crisis.
It is so sad that the crashlanding of the Air India Express plane at the runway of the Calicut International Airport in heavy rain near the southern city of Kozhikode on Friday claimed 18 lives
Good science takes time. This has always been clear to those of us doing health research — less so to the general public. In the pursuit of treatments for COVID-19, we need to manage expectations about what’s not just possible, but also desirable.
In the early days of the coronavirus crisis, when I thought the government might be interested in taking it seriously and addressing it as a grown-up government should, I was in fairly regular contact with a couple of people inside No. 10 and the Cabinet Office.