Help comes in all forms. We know how hard virtual learning can be. So go ahead and take advantage of resources that make it easier to handle. From language learning, to mindfulness, to STEM education, there are countless resources for parents to help boost their at home learner.
Everything is a learning opportunity. According to Yup, students who are taught to embrace their mistakes in math will develop more confidence. So let's help our at home learners to see their mistakes as learning opportunities rather than failures
Celebrate wins. Learning from home isn't easy, but it can still be fun. Show your at-home learner how it's done by celebrating their successes, no matter how big or small.
Be flexible with time. Things can change on the fly. So prepare to be flexible with working hours and schedule around your students needs. And make sure to notify you need to step away to help your child.
Use online resources. There are vast educational resources online that are avaiable to help you and your student achive success. From foreign language apps to online math tutors like Yup, check out our list of e-learning resources.
The importance of math. Arguably the hardest subject, math can be a struggle. But there are elements of it that help students learn about critical thinking, decision making and overal confidence. By keeping your spirits up and you'll raise theirs in the process.
Know your curriculum. It's easier to help your student when you know what's going on. Collaborate to set goals & expectations, turn off notifications & apps, and help create a schedule that works for them.
Find what works for them. Every student is different. Some like quite rooms. Some are early birds. And some have different emotional needs. Once you can understand their needs, you'll be able to build a better learning environment from them.
Build their confidence. Children can be really hard on themselves and others. It's up to us to recognize when pressure is building and elevate them for success.
Grow together. It's important to keep an open mind and establish a growth mindset during the school year. Your student will mature and change, and so should you along with them.
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