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INDIAN and Afghan producers of children’s TV favourite Sesame Street have been brainstorming in a New Delhi office, swapping tips on how to make Big Bird and his fluffy pals palatable to local viewers.
China has initiated ‘boys only’ classes to address the learning outcomes of its male students.
A recent study states that hours of screen time may not be so bad for children after all.
From OLIVIA TEOH of Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contrary to what people think, teaching in an elementary school is by no means easy as thefundamentals of learning and living are developed at this crucial phase of a child’s life.
A GROUP of researchers is calling on mothers and fathers to abandon parenting methods like letting babies “cry it out,” excessively structuring their children’s leisure time, and allowing strollers and car seats to do the babysitting — strategies that have led to worse life outcomes for American youth, they charge.
A letter from BULBIR SINGH of Seremban, Negri Sembilan
OXFORD University students have lodged a protest about the “hugely unjust” sacking of a librarian who failed to stop about 30 students performing the Harlem Shake in a college library.
WITH their indie hairstyles, tattoos and ripped jeans, Yangon’s young skaters, many of whom are still in school, look like their counterparts anywhere in the world, and like their peers, they struggle to find somewhere to skate.
They may be seen as demanding but teachers who are meticulous and expect high standards of their charges are in fact, paving the way for students to go beyond their limits.