Each child is unique. It is important to know what works for your child and what is needed to be put in place to support your child. Collaborating with teachersin documenting and reflecting on the progress that children are making in their learning is important for teachers and parents. More over, by getting opportunities to observe, record, and reflect on your children’s learning, you may learn to appreciate your child’s progress, efforts, successes, and achievements and identify specific needs. This way appropriate strategy can be planned forlearning enhancement. You can also get involved in collaborative projects assigned by schools, assist your child in making portfolios, etc. Ask your child whether she clearly understands the task assigned by the teacher. Ask if the child knows exactly what kind of activity/task is to be performed and why the particular activity is required. Check if the child has any queries and resolve the same with the help of the teacher.
Alternate methods of distance learning, online or otherwise, require alternative and varied approaches to monitor children's learning. This monitoring should help children address their learning gaps. Teachers may use various channels to collect and assess children’s work regarding learning areas and outcomes mostly formative in the form of oral assessment, selfassessment, a written piece of work, peer assessment, projects, etc. It is important that you cooperate with schools and furnish information as and when required, participate in PTMs (online), SMS, calls, emails, WhatsApp chat groups, etc. or approach school in this regard
Source : Ministry of Education