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The National, November 30, 2014Updated: November 30, 2014 01:00 AM
Andrew Wood says technology means that bullying takes new shapes and has become an enemy in cyberspace. Satish Kumar / The National
DUBAI // As bullying increasingly moves from the playground into cyberspace it poses new challenges for schools and teachers.
Taaleem runs 10 schools across Dubai and has a zero-tolerance policy on bullying, but the company admits it is an issue that requires a nuanced approach.
“What we tend to see more nowadays is bullying in cyberspace, with messages posted on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram,” said Andrew Wood, principal of Taaleem’s Greenfield Community School, in the Green Community. Read more...
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