Tips for Remote Learning

If your child participates in remote learning, you know the extra stress it can create for you and your kids. Here are some oldies but goodies when it comes to managing learning challenges.

For Parents:

  • Set a schedule and include fun breaks.
  • Anticipate problems and think about how to solve them before they arise. . . and let your child help!
  • No one is perfect! Give yourself and your child plenty of grace.

For Students:

  • Find a quiet place to work, remove distractions, and keep the schedule where you can see it.
  • When frustration hits (or between virtual classes), close your eyes and breathe slowly or stand up and do jumping jacks for 30 seconds.
  • Talk to your parents about the kinds of rewards that motivate you to keep going.

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