Boys & Remote Learning
Frustrated? You're not alone! Let's troubleshoot.
|Jennifer L.W. Fink||Nov 24, 2020|
Anyone who has a school-age boy knows that distance learning has caused, uh, a lot of STRESS for boys and their families. Sure, some boys are thriving. But a whole lot are struggling, and when boys struggle, well, the whole family struggles.
It doesn’t have to be like this. Sure, we may be stuck with distance learning for awhile. The pandemic is most definitely not under control, and I truly appreciate the efforts teachers are putting in to bring education to our kids. They’re doing everything they can to connect with and teach our boys, but they don’t know our boys as well as we do.
It’s time to tap into boy-friendly best-practices and the expertise of experienced moms of boys. To make doing so easier and more convenient, Janet Allison (my ON BOYS podcast co-host) & I have decided to focus our first-ever ON BOYS Interactive on Boys & Distance Learning.
Think of it like a modern-day call-in talk show. You’ll get to ask questions and interact with us (and other participants) in real-time via Zoom (because this is 2020, after all!)
Successful remote learning IS possible -- when you know what to do!
During this session, we’ll discuss proven boy-friendly strategies that will consistently improve distance learning. We'll answer live-attendee questions to address your biggest challenges and frustrations.
When you purchase your $10 ticket, you’ll receive access to:
-- LIVE TOPIC-FOCUSED INTERACTIVE SESSION - Attend One or Both Events
Tuesday, December 8, 2020 - 2:30-3:45pm pacific / 5:30 eastern / 9:30am [next day] Sydney, Australia time
Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 9:30-10:45am pacific
-- POST-SESSION RECORDING - To re-listen or share with parenting partners
-- SUPPORTIVE PEERS (and Janet & Jen!) WORKING THROUGH CHALLENGES ALONGSIDE YOU
(Zoom video link upon registering)
SIGN UP NOW, space is limited
Registration and details are here.
Let’s work together to make the next few months of distance learning the best they can be!
P.S. Got a friend who’s struggling with remote learning? Forward this email to them!