Most schools will be open for in-person learning this school year, hopefully. And by now, we’re well aware of the drawbacks and limitations of remote learning.
But in a new poll, 72% of parents say the concept of virtual learning is a “game-changer” that will be around long after the COVID-19 pandemic.
And there are a lot of GOOD habits that kids gained from remote learning.
53% of parents said their kids were “focusing better” . . . and more than 40% also said their kids asked more questions . . . became better multi-taskers . . . became more independent . . . improved their tech skills . . . and became more organized.
Other good habits that parents saw include: Making better use of their time . . . pacing themselves . . . teaching their parents new tech skills . . . and helping other kids with schoolwork and studying.