Instagram Live: Preparing for Back to School – Virtual Learning Style
August 21, 2020
Montgomery County Public Schools are starting in just one week! Laura Goldstein, LCFMFT of Montgomery County Counseling Center and I sat down for a conversation about how kids and families can be preparing for virtual learning. We covered everything from physical space to socialization, and reducing friction between parents and children!
“Brittany advises that at least once a week kids have the opportunity to be with peers.
Kids respond well to positive peer pressure. This doesn’t have to be a best friend or someone in the same class. Just another school-aged child doing independent work nearby another school-aged child. Once a week provides something different. Plus that allows a parent one day of a break by working with other families.
If you need help finding people with similar needs, reach out to your guidance counselor who can help you create a pod.”
Watch the video above or CLICK HERE for a breakdown of the interview with timestamp intervals for every topic!