This last year taught us that remote schooling offers many benefits. But, we also saw the costs of remote learning when it’s given in large doses. For that reason, many families are burned out on “Zoom education.” Is it time to give up on remote learning or to recognize its value as a small dose alternative?
Remote Learning Helps Kids in Many Different Ways
For many, remote learning is the most beneficial addition to K-12 learning in generations. Schooling now offers an understanding that kids will move beyond the single test in front of them. Today, that’s life in school. At least while they are in school, they should have access to everything that may make their road to graduation easier.
Unlike physical learning, remote learning gives students access to last-minute preparations or last-minute tutoring. It gives students a way to learn without the distractions of classmates and peer pressure. It makes it easier to incorporate multiple learning tools in the learning process.
And, it’s more convenient for people who do not have access to transportation or time to shower after soccer practice. Plus, most people do better without the distractions and worries that come from an unfamiliar or uncomfortable environment.
Remote Learning with Lafayette Academy
Lafayette Academy offers tutoring and Shadow Classes in both online and physical options. Both options offer kids many benefits and neither should be ruled out. Talk to your child and see what their opinions are about online learning. Listen to their ideas and implement the ones you can. To find out more about us and what we can do for you and your student, give us a call. See for yourself why we are a leading producer of SAT and ACT-ready students.