Child Mind Institute Resource

Child Mind InstituteGetting back into school routines after the holiday break can be difficult in the best of times. For many kids, it’s even harder this year. From the disappointment of schools closing (again!) to the frustration of a weak wireless connection, there are plenty of reasons why kids might be tempted to tune out of remote learning. But there are strategies you can use to help children and teenagers rally.This week on childmind.org we offer expert advice on helping kids who are having trouble staying engaged in remote schooling — how to pinpoint what’s bothering them, work with the teacher, and give them a little more motivation to stay with it. Plus, we’ve got learning goals for each age group and tips on making sure that kids get the support they need, whether they’re learning English, getting services through an IEP or 504 plan, or dealing with low self-esteem.Hannah Sheldon-Dean, Staff Writer

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