As school districts shift to an e-learning environment, our team at Aim for the Stars Academics will offer some useful tips for parents and students to be successful during this unprecedented transition.
The e-learning framework, by design, has made it a major challenge for kids to focus and comprehend the lessons that their teacher is presenting. For the majority of kids, continuously looking at a computer screen for 6 hours reaches a level of diminishing returns over time. Kids need time away from the computer screen to practice the math and reading concepts that their teachers are trying to help them learn. We recommend having your child work out practice math problems on a blank sheet of paper and reading tangible, printed books out loud. This technique breaks up the monotony and blank stares caused by a computer light shining in your child’s eyes continually throughout the school day.
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