The Working Parent’s Guide to eLearning

This year has brought many unique challenges, especially in the world of academics. While eLearning isn’t a new feature in classrooms, it is one that wasn’t as widely used as it is now. Rather than having a small number of remote learners, schools suddenly had to find a way to teach all or most of their student body from home.

eLearning provides many obvious solutions. It sounds easy. The technology is already available. All schools have to do is make sure that each student is set up to access it. And many have – however, the transition isn’t always as smooth as it seems. For some families, this sudden switch comes with growing pains.

One of the biggest concerns is how to support a learner while their parent or parents are busy working during the day. Adults and children face changes this school year that are unlike anything they have had to deal with before.

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