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How To Help Your Online Student Get Organized in Math

elearning, online learning, student achievement, parental involvement, mathematics, online teaching

Whether your child is new to online learning or returning for a new year of digital coursework, it’s important to guide them along the way. Organization is essential when it comes to online learning, particularly in math courses. 

Back to School: Sanity-saving Tips for Parents

student motivation, parental involvement, elementary, middle school

It’s sad, but true. Summer is almost over. Your August calendar is filling quickly, and you’re anticipating that beloved first day of school.

Lit Picks for Preschoolers

parental involvement, reading, early education, preschool, Literacy, ELA, English Language Arts

It’s a well-known fact that reading aloud to your children has many benefits. It helps them with literacy, it aids in expanding their vocabulary, and it can provide great bonding time. With so many children’s books on the market, how do you know what’s best?

It's Never Too Early to Read to Your Child

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Lincoln Learning Solutions, Beaver County Educational Trust Partnership

As any new mom can tell you, the first few days with your newborn at the hospital are a blur. It was no different for my husband and me when we welcomed our daughter in 2016 at Heritage Valley Hospital in Beaver, PA.  

A Parent's Role in Online Education

elearning, edtech, online learning, parental involvement

When it comes to online learning, parents are often unsure of how they can help their children succeed.

Many parents of online students fail to realize that their support, encouragement, and involvement is critical, just as it is for parents with students in a traditional learning environment. Supporting your online student is crucial to their success and doing so may be easier than you think.