The COVID-19 pandemic has forced students to completely transform the way they learn. In a totally face-to-face way, it has become totally virtual; something that represents a real challenge for many.
Virtual education can cause stress for parents, teachers and students, nothing that a good organization cannot solve.
For this, the Department of Health (DS) of Puerto Rico offers some tips for parents to put them to the test with their children in the virtual learning process.
First, the DS recommends creating a schedule with your child and committing to stick to it.
Second, she advises establishing a structure and routine to help your child stay behind on homework.
Third, they urge parents and children to discuss the family’s schedule and identify the best times for learning and teaching.
Fourth, DS encourages you to try to find a space in your home where there are no distractions, noise, and clutter so that you can learn and do your homework.
Fifth, the DS encourages parents to identify opportunities for their child to connect with children their age and socialize in a virtual way.
Sixth and last, he advises creating a family calendar or other visual aid to keep track of due dates and tasks.