How to Help Your Online Students When They're Falling Behind: Tips, Strategies, and Encouragement


When your student is falling behind in their online courses, it can be challenging to know how best to help. With the right strategies, support, and encouragement, you can work together with your student to create a plan of action that will help them succeed. In this blog post, we will explore different tips and strategies for motivating your student. We will also discuss the importance of encouraging students through regular check-ins and helping them create a plan for success.

As parents and guardians of students learning online, it’s important to recognize that the transition to learning remotely may not be easy for some students. It may take some time to adjust to remote learning, stay motivated, and keep themselves accountable for schoolwork. That’s why it’s essential to create an effective study plan and provide ongoing social support and encouragement throughout the process of learning remotely. 

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Don't Let Your Online Student Feel Isolated - Connecting with Clubs, Church Friends, and Local Sports!


As parents of online students, we want our children to feel connected and not isolated. While the convenience of online classes is a great advantage, it can be challenging for online students to make friends or find meaningful ways to socialize. Fortunately, there are many activities that an online student can participate in to help them stay socially engaged outside the classroom. From joining clubs and church groups to participating in local sports teams, there are plenty of options that can help an online student make friends and have fun! In this blog post, we'll explore some of these options and learn how your online student can socialize while pursuing their education.

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How To Re-engage Your Child When Learning At Home


Parents often start off the year with lots of ideas, plans, and momentum, confident that they will keep that momentum through the year. But as the weeks pass by, parents may be finding themselves slipping into a rut, and they might find their child staring longingly out the window and letting out long sighs of boredom. If this is you, you are not alone! Many parents struggle to keep their children engaged as the routine starts to drag and the excitement from the beginning of the year drains away.

Take a deep breath and start with some of the following tips to help re-engage your child to learn while at home!

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