Most schools are sending home homework packets, doing online learning, or assigning work at home that would have normally done in the classrooms – or a combination of everything. Emily Levitt, Sylvan’s VP of Education, shares some advice for parents who are helping their children learn at home in this short video. Plus, check out the tips below!
Here are a few tips on how you can help navigate the “new normal” of keeping up with school work happening at home:
Set a schedule.
By now most teachers are communicating how and when they will assign work and some teachers may have assignments automatically posting at a certain time each day. Whatever you know as far as the workload, develop a reasonable schedule that will work for your family.
Not all work has to be done during the school day.
Parents can draw up a schedule for each subject and set expectations with their children on when they are going to do work.
For working parents, this can be tough but…
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