How Spread-Thin Parents Can Make Virtual Learning More Engaging
Experts from the Child Mind Institute are answering your burning questions about how to make sure your kids aren’t missing out on important learning experiences while maintaining a healthy routine for the whole family. Dr. Amanda Wagner, a clinical neuropsychologist in the Learning and Development Center at the Child Mind Institute, answers this week’s question…
Wake-Up Call: As a parent, how can I make virtual learning more engaging and less monotonous for my kids without creating more work for myself? I’m spread too thin as it is, but I can tell they’re getting bored — and distracted.