A Parent's Guide To Advocating For Your Students' Remote Learning Needs
Est. Length: 1 Hour
Parents are a child's first and best advocate. When learning is remote, advocating may require a different approach. In this course, learn how to plan for communication with the school and teacher. Explore ideas for how to monitor your student's work and progress. Consider when you would need to step in to advocate for your student based on their progress. As parents, you are very aware of any specific needs your student may have which could require that you step in as the advocate to ensure student success. Explore ideas to establish a positive working relationship with the people who you will need to collaborate with when advocating for your student. Finish this course with the knowledge and confidence necessary to be a successful advocate for your child during remote learning.
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