DISTANCE LEARNING & EDUCATION
An important message about Distance Learning:
We understand that distance learning is not your child’s natural learning format. Children of all ages benefit from an in-person approach that incorporates hands-on learning and social interaction. Although some students may thrive in an online format – many do not. Students may even need extra support and understanding during this unusual time in their education. Some students are experiencing anxiety, loneliness and academic setbacks. By creating this resource page, we hope to provide you with information that will help you as you and your student navigate distance learning.
The resources featured here were gathered by experienced educators who are passionate about supporting your journey and helping you & your children thrive in distance learning and transitioning to the next phase of education.
At this time we have links that are relevant to the need of many parents, guardians & families. If you would like access to more resources or be contacted by someone from New Hope, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Disclaimer: Please note that the resources listed by New Hope Community Church are not to be substituted for professional recommendations by your child's educator, counselor, and/or other professional support. New Hope Community Church is not responsible for the outcomes of the articles, videos, or ideas provided.
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