Podcast Episode 32: How to Support and Boost Your Kids Learning at Home, Interview with Lisa Vivo Licensed School Psychologist

Podcast Episode 32: How to Support and Boost Your Kids Learning at Home, Interview with Lisa Vivo Licensed School Psychologist

HOW TO SUPPORT & BOOST YOUR KIDS LEARNING AT HOME

Can you believe it’s been one full year since schools closed for lock-down due to the spread of COVID-19 in North America? A big concern of parents and educators was how these drastic changes would affect students’ educational experience. Would kids fall behind in their learning? How could parents support their kids’ education in helpful, yet practical ways? And so many more concerns.

Last year Lisa Vivo, Ed. S a Licensed School Psychologist and Area Owner of ClubZ in-home and online tutoring of Hunters Creek wrote an article for the blog titled “3 Tips to Help Your Kids Beat the COVID-19 Slide

Today on the “Desirae Ofori Podcast”, Lisa is back as we discuss parental concerns plus go deeper with the tips she shared in last year’s article. Here are some of the questions that will be answered in the episode:

šŸ’”What is the COVID-19 Slide?
šŸ’”What are some structured and non-structured ways to stimulate brain functioning to enhance learning for pre-school through College-age students?
šŸ’”Are there any Family activities parents can implement to promote bonding and learning in a fun way?
šŸ’”What are some free and paid resources and services available for students and parents alike?
šŸ’”Plus more…

Listen to the episode below by clicking the podcast link below or visiting any podcast platform like Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more!

Connect with our Expert Lisa Vivo, Ed. S online:

FacebookClubZ Hunters Creek

Instagram@clubztutorsorlando

Websitewww.ClubZtutoring.com/hunterscreek

Bonus!

ClubZ is currently offering a one-week free trial of tutoring services nationwide – so be sure to mention the offer when you contact them to get started at a location near you.

 

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Parents, what is something you’ve found helpful to support your kids’ learning at home? Leave them in the comments below.

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