Ch 3: Coronavirus Learning Resources for Parents

About This Chapter

This chapter is packed with resources designed to support learning from home, with advice on how to create an effective learning environment, structure educational activities and how to promote independence.

Learning from Home During COVID-19 School Closures

As schools across the country close, families everywhere are getting to grips with online learning, and finding ways to provide an effective education program for their children at home. Study.com has all the lessons, additional education materials and information you need to ensure that your children don't miss out on their education during this time.

This chapter will provide you with:

  • Additional learning materials to use with your child(ren)
  • Advice for how to set up an effective learning from home environment
  • Ideas for healthy study habits for learning remotely
  • Information about the impact of COVID-19 on education more widely
15 Lessons in Chapter 3: Coronavirus Learning Resources for Parents
41 Free Resources for Distance Learning and Working from Home

1. 41 Free Resources for Distance Learning and Working from Home

In this complex modern computer age, many students, teachers, and parents have turned to online learning. We've put together a comprehensive resource detailing free online education resources to help with all student learning needs.

How Schools and Universities Are Going Online for the COVID-19 Outbreak

2. How Schools and Universities Are Going Online for the COVID-19 Outbreak

Would you like to know how schools and universities are opting for online education as they adapt to deal with the coronavirus? In this lesson, we will go over various strategies and tactics institutions are adopting for online teaching.

Learning at Home During an Unexpected School Closure

3. Learning at Home During an Unexpected School Closure

This article offers tips and tactics for students who have been asked to learn from home due to an unexpected school closure. The article reviews things students can do to help the temporary transition to home-based learning be a success.

How to Study Remotely When Your School Closes

4. How to Study Remotely When Your School Closes

There are not many times when an issue so big arises that schools must close, but it can happen. If your school has announced a temporary closure, you'll probably be studying at home. Here are some tips to help you study more effectively.

How to Study at Home and Not Get Distracted

5. How to Study at Home and Not Get Distracted

Studying at home can be tough! It can be easy to get distracted, and you might find that you're not focusing on your studies as much as you want to. Here are some tips to help you study hard and stop getting distracted.

How to Create a Good Study Space for Online Learning

6. How to Create a Good Study Space for Online Learning

Do you need to create an appropriate learning space in your home for yourself or your children during an unexpected school closure? This article offers tips and advice on how to set up an effective learning space in your home.

Guidance for Online Learning and Homeschooling

7. Guidance for Online Learning and Homeschooling

Are you facing the challenges of online learning for the first time? This helpful article offers guidance for how to successfully navigate your online learning journey.

Strategies for Continuing Learning During a Crisis

8. Strategies for Continuing Learning During a Crisis

This article offers strategies to continue learning from home for students and parents of students who must do so due to a crisis situation. Three major learning strategies are offered with examples and tips for each.

Independent Learning Strategies During the Coronavirus Outbreak

9. Independent Learning Strategies During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Is your child's school closed due to coronavirus? With strategic planning, you can help your child work on their independent learning while minimizing their stress and yours.

Independent Learning Contract for Remote Learning

10. Independent Learning Contract for Remote Learning

If your children are home with distance learning assignments to complete, help them to stay on task by crafting an independent learning contract associated with self-directed learning. This article provides suggestions for your contract.

How to Homeschool Your Kids After a School Closure

11. How to Homeschool Your Kids After a School Closure

Has your child's school decided to temporarily close due to the COVID-19 outbreak? Will you need to deliver homeschooled instruction to your child during the school closure? This article will help you learn how to support your child during a school closure.

School Closure Homeschool Options

12. School Closure Homeschool Options

Would you like to learn about homeschool options? In this helpful lesson, we will compare some of the ways the 50 states deal with this convoluted issue, so you can make informed decisions for your children to learn.

Coronavirus School Closure Homeschool Planner and Daily Schedule

13. Coronavirus School Closure Homeschool Planner and Daily Schedule

Do you need a plan or sample schedule to follow during your child's (or your own) school closure due to the Coronavirus school closures? This article offers information to plan for as well as a sample at-home school day schedule that you can modify to suit your needs.

Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Education

14. Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Education

Are you worried about the impact COVID-19 will have on your child and his/her education? This article reviews the three-fold impact of the pandemic and offers actions you can take to combat these impacts.

How is Coronavirus Affecting SAT Exams?

15. How is Coronavirus Affecting SAT Exams?

Are you concerned with how the coronavirus is affecting SAT exams? Then read on to learn about cancellations, deadlines, and other relevant particulars that will help keep you apprised, as new information becomes available to you.

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