Helping parents and caregivers to support remote learning at home

Find guidance on how to help parents and caregivers support remote learning at home.

Good teacher-parent communication can help to continue the role of the school. This guide has ideas and advice that teachers can share with parents to help children continue learning English. Most of the advice applies whether or not families have access to the internet.

Watch Diana in Gaza below give some advice to parents and caregivers about how they can support remote learning.

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Submitted by Md. Elias Uddin on Tue, 07/21/2020 - 05:31

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The tips offered are very useful. Actually, it would be quite difficult for teachers and institutions to ensure student learning without timely and efficient involvement of parents and caregivers in the process.

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