WORKSHOP :"IS PHYSICAL DISCIPLINE NECESSARY IN EDUCATING CHILDREN?: PROPOSING LEGAL GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATING AND DISCIPLINING CHILDREN"
Date : 01 August 2019
Reported by : Anas Bin Shamsudin
Category : News
Family Law Research Unit (FAME) AIKOL has successfully organized a workshop on ‘Is Physical Discipline Necessary in Educating Children, Proposing Legal guidelines for Educating and Disciplining Children on 17th July 2019, Wednesday from 8.30am to 1 pm. The objectives of the workshop are;
- To discuss legal issues surrounding physical disciplining and educating children in the society
- To provide basic understanding on disciplining and educating children in legal framework
- To propose guidelines on disciplining and educating children both in Islamic, Civil, education and psychological Perspectives
The speaker for the workshop were as follow:
- Session 1: Disciplining and educating children : Guidelines Under Islamic Law delivered by Assoc. Prof. Dr Nasimah Husin, AIKOL, IIUM
- Session 2 : Disciplining and educating Children : Guidelines under Civil law delivered by Dr Farah Nini Dusuki, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya
- Disciplining and educating Children : Guidelines based on Psychological Perspectives Assoc. Prof. Dr Zubaidah Jamil Osman, Programme Coordinator, Master of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences
- Session 4: Disciplining and educating Children : Guidelines based on Educational Psychology Perspectives, Assoc. Prof. Dr Mastura Badzis, Department of Educational Psychology and Counselling, Kulliyyah of Education, IIUM
60 people participated in the workshop from various places including IIUM populations, Staff and students from Other Universities and Colleges e.g. INTI COLLEGE, School teachers, instructors from Kindergarten, Publishers, lawyers from Legal Firms, staff from Government and non Governmental Departments etc. The workshop entrance is fee of charge.