Leerlingen thuis ondersteunen: nuttige tips voor ouders

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Wij begrijpen dat de plotse overgang naar een virtuele school een aantal uitdagingen met zich meebrengt. Ervoor zorgen dat de steun en de middelen voor het thuisleren van uw kind in uw normale thuisomgeving worden geïntegreerd, is de eerste stap om een vlotte overgang te verzekeren.

Om deze overgang te vergemakkelijken, hebben wij hieronder enkele tips opgesomd met advies over zorg voor jezelf gedurende deze tijd als u het leren van uw kind op de beste manier ondersteunt.

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1) Vergeet niet anderen de hand te reiken.

You are not going through this alone. Reaching out to share ideas, concerns and frustrations can help you manage your own feelings and find new ways to support your child. Remember your child’s teachers, administrators and counselors are here for your questions or concerns as one large support network.

2) Maak een nieuwe routine.

A consistent routine creates a sense of order and reassurance in the face of uncertain circumstances. Try building your new routine around the hours put forward for Virtual School. Ensure your routine is achievable and that “less is more”. Allow room for flexibility and relaxation time for both you and your child.

3) Creëer een leerruimte.

Een toegewezen stille ruimte zal uw kind helpen om gemakkelijker in de leermodus te komen. Dit zal uw nieuwe routine versterken en een duidelijk onderscheid maken tussen leertijd en vrije tijd. Belangrijke tip: vermijd de slaapkamer bij het inrichten van de leerruimte!

4) Betrek de hele familie erbij!

This is a great time to bond and collaborate as a family. Older siblings can support younger siblings and parents can share responsibilities around their work schedules. For those fortunate enough to have family members nearby: assign them tasks as well! Learning at home is a great way of supporting your child’s learning in your home language. Encourage conversations about your child’s learning in both English and your home language to boost development of concepts.

5) Ontwikkel zelfbewustzijn.

As you navigate change, try to develop an awareness of your limits and those of your child. Take a few minutes each day to connect with yourself; ask yourself how you are feeling and whether you need support. Encourage your child to do the same. Open and honest communication with your child will help preempt any challenges in adapting to change.

6) Vergeef jezelf.

Many will experience temporary frustration and confusion as they manage the substantial amount of new information and unfamiliar routine associated with home learning. Forgive yourself for the inevitable mistakes that will be made along the way. Take each task as it comes and remember support is just a call away.

Voor meer nuttige tips en informatie over virtueel leren kunt u terecht op onze website.

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Internationale School Bangkok (ISB)

International School Bangkok (ISB)

International School Bangkok (ISB) was founded in 1951 and is the oldest International School in Thailand. We are an independent, non-profit, co-educational day school, which serves a community of over 60 nationalities from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade 12. ISB runs an accredited and challenging international curriculum driven by leading educational research and global best practice, incorporated into U.S. and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma frameworks. Our students attend colleges and universities all over the world including the U.S., U.K., Canada, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Korea and Australia.