“What is my role as a parent in supporting my child’s at-home learning?” This is one of the biggest questions I’m hearing from parents.

The scenario is often a derivation of something like this: My son is having a hard time turning in his assignments. My daughter is on her device all the time, even during Zoom class. My children aren’t motivated. They aren’t engaged. They are in their room all the time. Their grades are suffering. They have stopped showing up for online school.

Rachel Wigglesworth offers individual and group parent coaching sessions at rates that work for individual family budgets. You can find her at GrowingGreatFamilies.org.

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