Supporting Your Child with Distance Learning

Supporting Your Child
Posted on 04/19/2020

From Education.com

Our world is undergoing rapid and considerable change as schools close and parents scramble to figure out how to support their children as they learn from home. In this post, I will share some of the best Education.com resources for parents who are taking on this new role as their child's primary teacher.

If your child is experiencing confusion about why their daily routines have been flipped upside down, please review the post "Tackling Tough Topics with Young Children" as a primer to help navigate these uncharted waters.

Here are some additional blog posts to provide information and ideas about how to best use your time with your child while at home:

As many of us are thrown into a role we are unfamiliar with (Hello, homeschool!), the post "How to Help Your Child with Homework" highlights a realistic approach to supporting your child. Dealing with struggles is a normal part of the process. Hopefully the strategies outlined in this post will offer some support and comfort for you and your family as you navigate the world of at-home learning.
About the Author

Caitlin Hardeman is a Learning Designer and the Professional Development Manager for Education.com. Prior to this role, Caitlin taught 3rd-6th grades in New York, Texas, Arizona, and Tennessee, and she specializes in English Language Arts.


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