Blame parents whose children bully others – Expert


An expert in the development of children has stated that parents are solely to blame if their children bully others.

Dr Adetoun Dally who is the Executive Director at Children Impact and Development Initiative made this known on the latest episode of The Education Podcast.

Dally who is a life coach and mentor emphasised the importance of parental involvement, creating a supportive learning environment, and addressing issues such as substance abuse and bullying.

According to her, parents should be engaged in their children’s education, provide a conducive learning environment, and guide them in making career choices. This requires understanding their inherent abilities and providing emotional stability.

She discussed the significant impact of technology on teenage education, both as a distraction and a tool for learning.

She also discussed the challenges and opportunities in educating teenagers, including the role of mental health.

Questions asked by the host, Abdussalam Amoo also border around the need for vocational training and career guidance to meet the diverse needs of teenagers.

Collaboration between parents, educators, and the community is crucial in providing holistic education for teenagers.

Dally predicted that the future trends in teenage education are focused on the increasing influence of technology and the importance of self-control in its use.

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