Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Arsim Bajrami has taken part in promotion of the Guideline for protection of children online “Travelling across the internet”, within marking the 27th anniversary of the International Convention For Children Rights. This guideline is instructive-educational material dedicated for students of grades 3-5.
Minister Bajrami, on this occasion he said that feels good that now has the opportunity to promote a manual dedicated to the most vulnerable layer of society, our children, which deals with their protection from unnecessary content, while searching the internet.
Minister Bajrami assessed that the risks of Internet use are global concern, knowing that we are living in the time of the promotion of new technologies and of digital learning, where children have a very important role, and the Internet is turning into teaching tool.
“Through the Internet, the Ministry of Education and the Government of Kosova intends to implement a project of digital school. Transition from classic school in a digital and modern school would become with a cautious transition. The Ministry of Education will also create defence mechanisms, especially from the next year when we will also promote e-portal. We will ensure that the first travel window online be protected and to provide a positive education, so that the Internet really to be a positive learning tool for education”, was expressed Minister Bajrami.
Minister Bajrami said that through this manual that MEST is promoting today, shows the best way how to travel in the internet world, the world of media and technologies, in order for this to result in a higher quality, more fun and with creativity among young people.
Minister Bajrami spoke about the strategy for protection of children from Internet dangers and the Draft law on Child Protection, where a special segment will be devoted to this issue, and the importance of parent-teacher cooperation in terms of defence and internet side effects.
Last modified: September 7, 2022