If your child required redirection to tasks in school, he will at home. Sit beside your child when he or she is working
If you are in search of Academic Support for your children while they are learning remotely, I Can Help!
If your child has an attention, anxiety or learning issue they struggle to remain connected in the best of circumstances. Remote learning poses its own set of challenges.
My name is Dana Stahl. As a learning specialist for over 35 years, and someone who overcame my own learning issues, I understand how to individualize learning to meet the needs of every child.
Through direct consultation, I can demonstrate practical ways to create teachable moments and promote functional learning, making learning at home more meaningful.
Even in school, children with learning issues will lose focus and appear to daydream before they re-enter the discussion. They have difficulty transitioning from one part of the lesson to another. What’s at stake here is that your children do not fall behind because their school is using remote or hybrid learning.
If your child has an attention, anxiety, or learning issues, and they struggle, I can teach you effective strategies that can be used to support your children, and help them reach their full academic and social-emotional potential.
Dana Stahl, M.Ed.
3 Ways I Can Help You
Help Your Children be Successful
with Remote Learning
6 Key Tips Parents Can Use To Help
Their Children Succeed With
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Here are some tips you can use to help your children succeed with remote learning
10 Effective Teaching Strategies
to Help Children Focus
- Partner with your children as they receive on-line lessons
- Clarify directions and check for understanding
- Incorporate visual, auditory, and kinesthetic clues to help your child remain focused
- Remain in close physical proximity to your children to help re-focus their attention
- Create a workspace free of distraction to increase sustained attention
- Provide headsets to block out surrounding noise
- Break down assignments into manageable components working towards completion
- Encourage breaks, allowing your children to stretch and refocus
- Provide positive reinforcement and rewards for staying on task
- Remain patient
8 Great Ideas On How To Create A Positive Dialogue With
Your Child’s Teacher
- Keep in close contact with teachers. They need to know what is working and what is not.
- Ask clarifying questions and check in frequently to make sure your children are understand their course content
- Let teachers know what content is understood and what you remain unsure of
- Communicate the level of information overload experienced by your children
- Request class notes and outlines to assure that your children have the information being presented
- Request an outline of lessons being presented to help your children follow along
- Request weekly planners that break assignments down into small tasks