Ashford University to Present "The Dog Ate My Mask" Webinar Series on Schooling and Parenting During a Pandemic
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ashford University is launching an eight-week webinar series to support parents and caregivers as the new school year begins.
"The Dog Ate My Mask: Schooling and Parenting during a Pandemic" webinars will provide parents and caregivers with ideas, tools, and resources that will help them create positive, effective learning environments for their children. Moderated by faculty from Ashford's Department of Education and Liberal Arts, each webinar will feature faculty members from the department, as well as other education experts, as they engage the audience in discussions and share strategies that will help both students and parents succeed.
"We created this series to help parents and caregivers adjust to the unprecedented pressures families are facing because of the pandemic," said Dr. Craig Swenson, President of Ashford University. "As a society, we know we can't afford to let the educational progress of our children slip further, but many parents have expressed concern that they may lack the knowledge and skills required to take on the increased commitment of online instruction."
"The Dog Ate My Mask" weekly webinar series begins August 12, 2020 and continues through September 30, covering topics that focus on helping parents help their children learn effectively. The webinar is free and open to all, including parents, family members, caregivers, and any others involved in a student's learning experience.
Why Are the Crayons in Your Lunchbox? Organizing Your Learning Environment for Success
No, You Can't Play Video Games Right Now: Staying Motivated through Online Learning
This is the Way We Learn from Home, Learn from Home, Learn from Home: Supporting Elementary Pre-K-5th Grade Students with Online Learning
Scrolling and Eyerolling: Promoting Teen (6th – 12th Grade) Student Success in Online Learning
Now for the Good Stuff: What's Out There to Add to My Toolbox?
Distanced but Not Detached: Supporting Students as They Navigate Online Learning
Voices from the Field
You've Heard from Us…What's on Your Mind?
Each webinar session will last approximately one hour, with a question and answer session at the end. To register, visit the webinar registration webpage.
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