Have you found the transition to online learning challenging during the current pandemic? You’re not alone! It’s the experience of many as we adapt to a new way of operating. Here are a few tips to help with this transition:
Everyone is adjusting and there are bound to be some teething problems. Be open to learning new technology and trust that it will improve.
Have a dedicated study space
This is key. A good environment is usually well lit and ventilated, uncluttered, organised, and with furniture that supports good posture.
Take study breaks
Schedule in breaks and get away from the study space, look away from the screen regularly at something at least 5 metres away to give your eyes a break, move, renew your energy.
Create a study routine
Give study time some structure – remember to schedule in study time, breaks, and time for meals, snacks and hydration. We can’t stress enough the importance of hydration alone – it makes a huge difference to a child’s ability to focus and learn. Structure forms routines, which become a natural part of a child’s day.
Reward and celebrate accomplishments to embed a positive experience! Whether it’s a word of praise, or a small reward for overcoming a challenge, celebrating the wins create positive associations that keep the love of learning alive.
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