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Holly Seddon
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly Kent, UK
Parents, do you regret your education or career choices?
Rachel Gully: I totally have regrets about my education - but I also feel that my parents played a huge part in it. I was never encouraged to go to University, ...
Education 3 years ago
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Holly Seddon
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly Kent, UK
Do you let your kids swear?
Child Behaviour 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Will character education be taught in school?
Janice Friesen: This is already part of the curriculum of many elementary schools. They call it Social Emotional Learning. They have a list of qualities like ...
Child Development 3 years ago
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Tom Baker
Tom Baker Quib.ly Staff Writer Derby, UK
Is your family watching the Winter Olympics?
3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
How can parents have better knowledge of Internet Safety than their children?
Anne Louise Bannon: I like NetFamilyNews.org for basic, ongoing information. Parents can also read sites like PCWorld.com and Lifehacker.com. But the best way to keep ...
Safety & Privacy 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Is it justified to chip and track children for safety?
Олег Кияшко: p No, chipping people (especially kids) is a very bad idea. First of all, this will turn children into radio-controlled walking dolls. They would ...
Safety & Privacy 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
How do you raise an open minded child?
How To 3 years ago
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Holly Seddon
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly Kent, UK
How can we teach kids not to drop litter?
Lorraine Allman: Holly, I think I'm more saddened than surprised by what you've written. The most obvious answer to the headline question about how we can teach kids ...
Child Behaviour 3 years ago
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Gaurav Walia
Gaurav Walia Education Technologist Jalandhar, IN
Do you know the difference between PEMDAS and PEDMAS?
Education 3 years ago
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Anonymous
Anonymous
Can you block gambling games on Xbox?
Gaming , Safety & Privacy 3 years ago
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Gaurav Walia
Gaurav Walia Education Technologist Jalandhar, IN
Can a game improve mental performance?
Child Development , Child Behaviour , Education 3 years ago
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Are there any games to help my 9 year old son with autism to gain confidence?
Gaurav Walia: Hello, autism is not a disease. It is just a kind of behaviour. I too had a sort of autism when i was a kid. The best way to get rid of this ...
Child Development 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Can a smartphone game help you combat breast cancer?
Gaurav Walia: If the app designed with educational information regarding breast cancer symptoms, it might help.
Health & Wellbeing 3 years ago
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Patrick Carroll
Patrick Carroll Primary Teacher, ICT Coordinator Armthorpe, GB
Is television as bad as everyone says?
Suzanne Freyjadis: No, you are using moderation, which makes you fabulous! Lots of quite bright people put lots of time into the creation of many of the programs ...
Child Development , Child Behaviour , Education 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Can the toys your children play affect their career choices?
Олег Кияшко: In some ways, yes. As a child who used to play with cars, I once wanted to be a car designer - 'cause my mother was a designer at that time. Now I ...
Child Development 3 years ago
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How do I punish my 12 year old for turning off the Internet restrictions?
Chris Puttick: That's lots of questions! I'll pass on answering the punishment question as such and answer the others and see where that gets us. Trust, absolutely ...
Safety & Privacy 3 years ago
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Anonymous
Is there still a place in today’s society for corporal punishment?
Magda de Lange: This question should not even arise in this day and age - the answer is no. There are laws protecting animals against abuse, adults against assault ...
Child Development 3 years ago
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Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine
Is fanfiction writing a copyright infringement?
Matthew Day: http://chillingeffects.org/fanfic/faq.cgi Technically, it is an infringement, though certain parts are deemed worthy of copyright protection, while ...
Video & Films , E-books , Life Hacking 3 years ago
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