Parent And Teacher Collaborations During Virtual Learning

Adapting to the recent times has led to the rise of virtual schooling. It has brought in new perspectives that help understand the educational journey of a child. One such factor is the continuous dialogue between parents and teachers, which has an impact on the child’s learning.


Tracking Progress


As a parent, you tend to have a deeper insight into the child’s learning and progress at school. You also have the responsibility and opportunity at home to ensure that your child has properly grasped all the lessons. It is very important to ask questions such as ‘What was the best thing that happened today in class?’ or ‘Tell me two new things you learned in class this week.’ 


Open Dialogue


Such questions can also give you a better understanding of your child’s struggles at school. Then, you can immediately discuss the struggles or discrepancies with their teachers. This consistent, honest dialogue can help both you and educators monitor your child’s growth and retention. This way, the issues can be resolved comfortably without overwhelming the child in any way.


Positive Impact


Once the children figure out that there is a positive relationship between their parents and teachers, they also immediately feel confident enough to ask all kinds of questions. It encourages them to be more curious and fascinated, both in class and at home. It also leads them to remain inspired and become better at retaining their lessons and enjoying the subjects at school. That is a win-win for everyone.


As a parent, you can also learn more about how to effectively keep collaborating with teachers with our webinar. Tune into our webinar on efficiently raising digital natives here:

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