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Academic Parent Tutorial Series: Supporting Your Children Through COVID-19

Posted in Parents on Friday, August 7th, 2020

Our Brazil Co-Associate Academic Directors, Arpi Babaian and Stewart Shinnan hosted a series of short parent-focussed academic tutorials to provide research-backed, actionable tips on a variety of parenting and education topics. From routines, to supporting English language development at home, Arpi and Stewart troubleshoot some of the most common parent concerns in these extraordinary times.

In case you missed the live tutorials, we have recorded the sessions and they are available for playback at the links below.

#1 – Family Routines for Academic Success

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#2 – Playing and Learning With Your Children

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#3 – Literacy Growth: Supporting English Language Skills at Home

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#4 – Screen Time During COVID

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#5 – Return to School Transition Guidelines – Safe and Caring Schools

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