Guide: 10 Zoom Tips for Parents for Monitoring Remote Learning

We are living in a new era of education where technology is playing a crucial role. Gone are the days when kids had to sit in a traditional classroom to learn. The pandemic has forced us to embrace remote learning, and your child is probably attending class via Zoom.

However, this new learning model comes with its own set of challenges. Attention spans are stretched to their limits, technical difficulties abound, and patience is a virtue that’s hard to come by.

Get prepared for the new era of tech and education. Inside the guide, you'll learn:

  • Understanding how to join a meeting, adjusting audio and video settings, and using features like screen sharing and virtual backgrounds.
  • Set up an online account for their school's learning platform. This may involve creating a username and password, navigating the platform's interface, and accessing class materials.
  • It's also worth noting that different grade levels may have varying requirements for remote learning. For example, younger students may need more hands-on guidance from parents, while older students may be more independent.
  • Finally, organizing meeting links is a key aspect of ensuring that students can easily access their classes. Parents should keep a record of all meeting links and login information, and make sure that their child knows how to access them.

There's so much more to learn when it comes to remote learning, but these tips are a great place to start. With the right tools and resources, parents can help their children thrive in this new era of tech and education.


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We can’t solve the pandemic, but we can make it easier for kids to handle remote learning. To help you get the year off to a good start, we’ve assembled some smart tips for dealing with the tech and for coaching kids through the early days of a new learning model.

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