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COVID-19 calls for collaborative parent-teacher partnership

Social distancing measures have put enormous pressure on teachers, parents and students to adapt to a new online learning environment, with greater dependency on parents to facilitate classes at home. While this format may not be sustainable for most families in the long run, it does shine a light on how we can better engage …

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What can we realistically expect from teachers and parents while #learning at home?

In this time of learning at home, parent engagement in their child’s learning has never been more important and schools are doing a great job of getting what students would normally be doing in school online for families to access. However, in these uncertain times, teachers operating in online learning environments and parents finding themselves …

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Cathy Quinn Educational Consultant

Homeschooling you can’t do everything- 6 important things to focus on

We have heard we have entered unprecedented times. Where parents by default may become responsible for not only early childhood education and care but teachers in their homes. Homeschooling without any professional development for them as teachers. I want to reassure you that you will not be alone teachers will be there to help. Parents …

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