If your kids are not going into a physical classroom this fall, these tips will help!
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Last spring, most parents took on the role of supervising their children as they navigated their way through online learning. For some, their children adapted quite easily; for others it was extremely difficult, leaving children and parents anxious, stressed, and lacking in confidence.
With lots of schools remaining shut for the foreseeable future, many parents are understandably feeling anxious about continuing to act as a mediator between teachers and their children. However, with a few months of hindsight and more advice online, we’ve got some top tips that can hopefully make the experience a little easier.
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