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  1. 2021: Ep 1: No Child's Play
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    COVID-19: No Child's Play

    The COVID-19 pandemic has robbed children the basics - learning and playing. With schools around the world still closed, UNICEF said more than 168 ...
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    Commentary: To survive COVID-19 disruptions, Singaporeans must learn how to learn better

    With a quick crash course on better learning, Fung Fun Man and Ng Chia Wee say workers and those aspiring to join the workforce must re-gear ...
  3. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo holds daily briefing following the outbreak of the coronavirus disea

    New York may move state colleges with COVID-19 spikes to remote learning

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday the state's health department would require colleges to report when they have more than 100 ...
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    Commentary: We have totally undervalued late bloomers

    On the back of the release of PSLE results this week, it's time to question this concept of learning as a race against time, says mum June Yong.
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    Commentary: Hong Kong and Shenzhen showed us what quality early childhood education looks like

    Educators in early childhood centres in China have demonstrated curriculum leadership and that has made the difference, say SUSS’ Dr Yang Weipeng ...
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    Commentary: More British kids are learning Mandarin. Here's why

    Mandarin has been made increasingly easy to pick up across the United Kingdom, says UCL's Pro-Vice Provost Katharine Carruthers.
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    Commentary: HarbourFront library a leap in use of tech but librarians remain central to learning

    While artificial intelligence may improve our libraries, Assistant Professor Loh Chin Ee maintains that human intelligence is still a necessity.
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    Commentary: No excuses, your kid should be ready for math before kindergarten

    Basic math skills like counting, geometry and algebraic thinking can be easily mastered, say three experts in developmental psychology.