Learning virtually can be challenging for children used to a traditional classroom environment. However, virtual school can be a positive experience and a great option. Here are some tips from our readers to help make learning online more comfortable for your child.
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Provide a Space to Work and Structure
The most important thing is to ensure that they have a dedicated space at home where they can focus and learn without any distractions. A quiet, comfortable workspace with perhaps some motivational posters or other decorations to inspire them can go a long way toward creating a positive learning environment.
Also, try to create structure and routine around their virtual school day. Having designated times for when they log on or off, breaks throughout the day, and a consistent schedule of classes can help them stay focused and organized. Make sure [the] child is aware of all the resources available to them. This could include tutoring, extra assistance, or advice from their teachers.
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