Online tutoring isn't easy, especially with kids!

We've put together some tips from the Cambridge blog to help you.
To read the full text, visit: Teaching Children Online

1 . Give options to help involve the student in the process
By getting your student to choose from a list of option, they are likely to take a greater degree of ownership over the process. This helps children learn skills, practice independence, and will help keep their attention for longer.

2. Give a sense of purpose and accomplishment
Use WALT's: We Are Learning To...(say/write/read/listen). As with any student, the feeling of making meaningful progress helps keep attention and makes the learning process rewarding. Help your students feel good about learning and studying, by showing them how they've progressed.

3. Introduce personalized practice
Create characters and add images to explain common situations. Encourage children's creativity and insight by engaging multiple senses.

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