With colder weather approaching and uncertainties about the new Omicron variant rising, distance learning is anything but a faded memory. If distance learning is on the horizon for your child, it is best to be prepared and know what your child needs in order to navigate this new way of learning without the headaches of last year. Dr. Randy Kulman’s recently published article in Psychology Today discusses just this topic. We have linked to the article here for your convenience.
What are your concerns for your children if distance learning becomes necessary? What tools would help you set your child up for success? Let us know in the comments below!