Have you been wondering whether your child needs a tutor? If their grades have suddenly plummeted or their teacher has recommended extra help, then the answer is obvious. However, in many cases, it’s not as clear. Children often won’t come right out and say that they’re struggling with learning. They may be embarrassed to ask for help or not realize that it’s available.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced most of the nation’s children to finish their school year at home, parents were suddenly thrust into the role of teacher. It’s no secret that many parents and students struggled with the sudden switch to virtual learning. Some were more successful than others.
Does your child need some extra academic support? If so, virtual tutoring is a great option! Whether your child is going back to school in-person this fall or is continuing with online learning, remote tutoring brings some major benefits. Here are a few reasons why it may be the best option for your family.