1. Don't Teach - Help Them Understand
It’s probably been a while since you’ve taken the classes or reviewed the material that your child will be learning remotely. It is important to let the teachers educate the students via the online classes, and let it be your job to help guide them and help them understand. To do this, assess your child’s learning by what grade they are in. According to Teach Thought, if you are the parent of students going through elementary and middle school, you might want to take a more hands-on approach throughout their remote learning experience. Take time out of your day to sit with your child and help them with their reading and writing or math homework so that they are not left learning it alone. If your child is in high school, you’ll want to take a hands-off approach and only assist them if they need help. The bottom line is to help guide your kids based on their level of learning rather than trying to teach the material yourself!