6 Tips For Remote Learning Success
1. Establish Routines
Just like when school is in-person, having a consistent bedtime and wakeup time each day helps support your student's learning.
2. Find A Good Place to Learn
Whether it's at the kitchen table or a desk, finding somewhere free from distractions with a good internet connection
will help your child focus.
Remember: If your child is on a call or video chat, what is going on in the background in your home can be seen and heard. Help all of our students focus by keeping distractions and noise to a minimum.
3. Stay Connected
We're here to help support you and your student! Make sure to communicate any concerns you have with your student's teacher and/or principal.
Experiencing technical difficulties? Make sure to let your teacher know as soon as you can so they can help and adjust your child's attendance
4. Encourage Independence
Productive struggle is part of learning, independence takes practice and
encouragement. Be nearby to help, but let your child work to find solutions on their own before solving for them.
5. Move Every Day
Dance, walk, run, stretch, whatever you like to do to get moving and have fun!
6. Check In & Check Out
Check in at the beginning of the day and check out at the end of the day to help your child keep a routine and practice self-care.