Cyber-wellness lessons for upper secondary school students to weave in real-life scenarios

18/1/2022 10:04:00 AM

Cyber-wellness lessons for upper secondary school students to weave in real-life scenarios

https://str.sg/wQRtSINGAPORE - Cyber-wellness lessons for secondary students under a new curriculum will weave in real-life scenarios to help students recognise and respond to inappropriate and hurtful content, said Minister of State for Education Sun Xueling.

During a visit to Compassvale Secondary School to observe one such class on Tuesday (Jan 18), Ms Sun noted that students these daysface a variety of cyber threats and riskssuch as cyber bullying, gaming addiction, fake news and scams.She told the media:"Through our lessons, our teachers make use of real-life examples, make use of videos and screenshots to show our students that this must be some of the material that they come across."

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