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DateDate: 26-11-2019, 05:50

It is hoped that the project will help children use electronic gadgets less frequently, but local education authorities need time to evaluate this initiative.
 
An original way to overcome the dependence of students on the Internet was found in Indonesia.
There they launched the Chickenization program - they distribute small chickens and plant seeds to children, hoping that students will spend less time on electronic devices and more time caring for their pets or sprouts.
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In total, two thousand chickens and one and a half thousand chili seeds have already been distributed in 10 primary schools in the city of Bandung, Oswitoria writes with reference to CNN.
At the beginning of this week, a symbolic presentation ceremony was held to begin the program.
It is hoped that the project will help children use electronic gadgets less frequently, but local education authorities need time to evaluate this initiative.
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On average, Indonesians spend more than eight and a half hours a day on the Internet - almost 2:00 more than the global average, according to the Global Digital Report 2019.
Indonesian schoolchildren look at chicks in cages with signs that say “Please take good care of me” / CNN photo
Indonesian schoolchildren look at the chicks in the cages with signs that say "Please take good care of me"
Recall that 80% of Ukrainian children are on the Internet for more than an hour during the day, 30% - more than three hours a day. Every fourth parent in Ukraine monitors the gadgets of their children. Among the British - only 14% of parents know what their children are doing on the Internet.
Source: Yu News