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EdTech Start-up PlanetSpark announces ‘Happiness Hour’ to enable the mental well-being of children- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Read Article Gurugram-based Edtech startup, PlanetSpark announces ‘Happiness Hour’ to put the spotlight on the mental and emotional well-being of children, during the ongoing pandemic. The Happiness Hour has been designed by the EdTech Player with a vision to offer for free, courses in Languages, Cognitive and Creative & Aesthetic skills, between 1-2pm everyday. Conducted by industry experts such […]

EdTech Startup PlanetSpark pledges to upskill 1 Lakh Children of Corona Warriors for free- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Read Article Gurugram-based Edtech startup, PlanetSpark pledges to upskill 1 lakh children of corona warriors at zero fee, in a bid to help them develop career and life-skills during this time. The courses on PlanetSpark these K-8 students can sign up for include Communication Skills, Reading & Writing, Mental Maths and Coding. The Edtech company […]

Child abuse predator ‘handbook’ lists ways to target children during coronavirus lockdown | Online abuse – Blog – Emails

Child abusers have created and shared an online grooming manual describing ways to manipulate and exploit the increased number of children at home and online during Covid-19, Australia’s e-safety commissioner has said. Covid-19 restrictions have coincided with a significant increase in reports to the eSafety Office about child sexual abuse material, Julie Inman Grant told […]

Revenge porn in Australia: the law is only as effective as the law enforcement | Society- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

When Laura* was 14, she was convinced that her boyfriend was the love of her life. So, when several girls messaged her to say he had sent them a video of her drunk and engaging in a sexual act, she told herself they were lying. “I was just like, ‘Oh, you don’t know anything about […]

Don’t despair if your child is glued to a screen, it may be keeping them sane | Amy Orben | Opinion- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Should we start to use “physical distancing” instead of “social distancing”? Those keen on the change argue that, despite being physically apart, we can still be socially together. So we can connect and support each other even when avoiding unnecessary face-to-face contact. Sure, change the label. But it won’t change the reality of what might […]