The Changing Role of Parents

Offline to Online: What is My Role as a Parent? 

The COVID-19 outbreak has no doubt brought a new challenge to our communities in China and Seoul with the transition to online learning.  

Moving from regular on-campus school to a completely online learning environment changes established routines of everyone at home, not just our students. 

For the younger students, parents and secondary caregivers like grandparents and ayis find themselves adopting new roles to support their child’s learning, on top of trying to juggle their own responsibilities. To support our families through this transition, here are some suggested Dos and Don’ts for parents navigating online learning: 

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Adapted from content by JoAn Radojkovich, Director of Junior School; Helen Herbert, EAL teacher; and David Mumford, Head of Early Years, Dulwich College Beijing. 

 

 

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