How Educators Can Support Parents and Other Caregivers While Making the Transition to Online Learning

Educators and students aren’t the only ones making the switch to online learning in response to COVID-19 school closures—parents and other caregivers are also navigating this unexpected change. Developing strategies for open, ongoing communication; addressing families’ challenges and concerns; and establishing mutually understood expectations is key to a smooth transition.

Watch this recorded panel webinar plus attendee Q&A session to hear about effective approaches to engage and support parents and caregivers while students are learning online.

This is a previously recorded live webinar from March 27th, 2020.

"I wish every educator in the US could watch this webinar right now. Every panelist and guidance offered has been super insightful!"
- Noemi R, live attendee


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Here are a few other resources you might want to check out!


E-Learning Resource Page: A Variety of tools and resources designed to help support administrators and teachers during school closures

Guide to Extending Learning During School Closures: Tips and resources for building and implementing an e-learning plan

K-12 Printable Worksheet Bundles: Grade-specific worksheet bundles with a variety of student activities covering math, ELA, and science

Lesson Plan Bundles: Math and ELA lesson plan bundles that offer additional printable student activities and practice worksheets

Printable Gratitude Cards: During times like these, it doesn't hurt to spread a little extra love and say 'Thank You' to your local nurses, doctors, delivery personnel, and grocers!


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