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100 questions from parents
Domain .ÄÅÒÈ has been introduced to parents who want to teach children about safe online behavior
The All-Russian online conference "100 Questions from Parents" was held in Moscow. The event was organized by the Support Fund for Children in Difficult Life Situations and was broadcast on its official YouTube channel.
More than 200 leading experts of the country took part in the online conference: psychologists, educators, lawyers, public figures, writers who are ready to help dads and moms find answers to questions that are of concern to modern families raising children.
Topics of distance education, online threats, the formation of healthy behavior, financial and legal literacy, empathy and adaptability as key skills of the future, childhood phobias, family traditions, leisure and additional education, professions of the future and much more were discussed at the conference program consisted of 5 streams and 40 sections.
The programs of the Coordination Center for TLD RU/ÐÔ (founder of the .ÄÅÒÈ domain) were presented in the section “Children and the Internet. How to teach online security?”, which was conducted by Lyudmila Bokova, head of the Federal Institute for Digital Transformation of Education, and Natalia Kasperskaya, head of the Internet Security Advisory Committee.
Project Manager Tatyana Novikova spoke about the advantages and security of resources hosted in the .ÄÅÒÈ domain, as well as about the educational interactive project "Study the Internet - Govern it!" which helps students to learn about the Internet and digital technologies, and to increase cyber literacy through games, quizzes and online tournaments.