You can have several dreams for your children. One such happens to be raising them into healthy individuals capable of handling any odd coming their way. The challenging times we are living through today have turned many lives upside down. The sudden change in their routine, followed by the recent pandemic, has made our children suffer significant consequences. Their regular classes are at a halt, having them lose focus on their assignments, tests, and all the study material.
The idea is, education is quite crucial for a child’s development, and to cater to this, teachers are going the extra mile to use just the right online tools. The shift from physical to virtual classes to reduce the pandemic’s aftermath to the bare minimum is a significant step ahead. Want to know how you can utilize online to your child’s advantage? You can consider these tips.
Stay Focused and Don’t Lose Your Concentration
One of the skills you need to master when your child takes their online class is to ensure they stay focused and concentrate during their lectures. One of the drawbacks of online classes remains to make your child lazy in attending these sessions.
Most teachers record their lectures and put these online, updating the students of their schedule. So, when your child takes these classes, be sure you remove every distraction coming their way from around them.
You can also turn online classes in your child’s favor by keeping them disciplined and organized. Be sure to keep their notes and reading material – in a place – where they can find it easily. For example, have a separate organizer – a drawer or desk, maybe? It will keep them safe from the hassle of honing their time management skills. Other than that, make sure to organize your schedule so that you get to timely manage your tasks and assignments. Chances are, you’ll find online classes a lot better than your regular classes.
Have them Participate Actively
When your child takes their online classes, notice the little things they do during the lecture. For example, be sure to see if they are participating actively or not. In case they don’t seem to, you can sit and talk to them about the struggles they face during these classes. As a result, your open communication with them will invigorate their interest and make studying a lot better.
To some extent, online classes have helped students struggle to keep up with their education in times of COVID-19. Be sure to use these tips to utilize them to your child’s advantage better.
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Besides being an avid reader, Dr. Regina Johnson is an Indie Author, a publishing house
CEO – EOJ Publisher, a Naval Officer, and a public speaker. A part-time author and a mother to beautiful Orlanda, she recently ventured her book store in 2020. She may have a lot on her plate, but reading to her daughter every night is what she loves the most!