Online learning is not just a lesson in standardized curriculum, it’s a lesson in learning, independence and growth. The flexibility that comes with this modern education system is freeing, and allows room for ample responsibility on the part of not only a parent, but the online learner themselves.Read more
When you are learning at home, it can be difficult to stay on track. Distractions are plentiful, but it just takes time to learn how to ignore them and, in some cases, avoid them. Even in a traditional classroom students get distracted, so at the end of the day it’s about teaching your student how to manage these distractions.Read more
The key to online learning is organization; time management, efficient note taking etc.
When your online student is taking it upon themselves to be independent with their learning, it’s important for them to know what kind of resources can help them stay strategized and on track.
We rounded up a list of apps that can help your online student stay organized from task management to note taking:
Nothing says “back to school” quite like shopping for supplies — pens, pencils, markers... the list goes on. It’s safe to say every student needs something before heading back.Read more
Summer is a child’s ultimate break — late night sleepovers, mid-day bike rides, breakfast for lunch, the spontaneity is the height of their off-school experience. The lack of routine during this off time is fun and freeing — and even necessary— but, it makes it hard to return to a firm schedule once back to school rears its head. Alas, like most challenges, all this calls for is some planning ahead.Read more
]Over two decades of studies have shown that all types of home-based education, also known as ‘home schooling’ is associated with high academic achievement, healthy social, psychological, and emotional development, and success later in life for those who went through a home-based education system (Galloway & Sutton, 1999; Ray, 2005).Read more