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The best remote learning tips to see you through lockdown

by Anita Naik

Remote learning isn't an easy concept, especially when you're used to classroom scenarios with peer-to-peer input and a teacher on hand to help. But it is possible to make it work, here are some of the best tips to make it work for you.

Accept that online lessons are difficult to engage with

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Everything you need to know about remote learning

by Anita Naik

There's been a lot of worry about remote learning when it comes to pupils being in lockdown. Here's what you need to know to get you through studying at home.

There's a difference between online learning and remote learning.

There is a difference between remote lessons and online learning. Online ...

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How to work from home with kids during Covid-19

by Anita Naik

Finding a happy medium between working from home, and ensuring your children manage their remote learning isn't easy, which is why it takes a range of skills to get it right. Here's what you need to know.

Have a designated work area

Hot-desking at home just doesn't work. If you want to get into wo...

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8 ways to motivate yourself to study

by Anita Naik

Learning to be a self-starter when you have to study from home and revise isn't easy. Aside from the fact, there are distractions aplenty; it can be hard to find the motivation to keep to a strict routine and get the work done. Here are 8 tips to help you get it done.

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How ABA Tutors Can Help Children With Autism

by Cassie Steele

ROUGHLY ONE IN 100 CHILDREN have autism in the UK, recent statistics from Beyond Autism reveal. Many children with autism work with ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) tutors, who help them develop a wide range of basic skills, including, asking, listening, imitating, and looking, as well as more a...

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