How to Get Unstuck During Remote Learning
As parents, we face challenges when we try to help our children in their school work. It is even more challenging when we are “going to school” from home. Sometimes children may get stuck and frustrated during remote learning. Here are some strategies and tools to help your child get “unstuck” when they are frustrated with learning. These will help your child be more independent and successful learners. Choose what works for you.
Learning Occurs Naturally
Learn from PPMD’s Early Childhood team about how young children learn naturally in their environment.
Sign it (American Sign Language Classes Online)
Learn American Sign Language at your own pace with a fun online course taught by ASL professionals.
The Signing Time Foundation also offers a program that provides free access to this course for families with deaf or hard-of-hearing children under age three (36 months). To apply for their My Deaf Child program, parents can fill out the short application at www.mydeafchild.org.
Visual Language Visual Learning (VL2)
Informs the education community of research findings, to present recommendations that educators and parents can use when addressing the multifaceted challenges of educating deaf and hard of hearing children.