How Parents Can Use Studypool To Help Their Kids With Homeschooling

With the current COVID-19 situation, students and parents have to get used to a new normal and that’s a fact. This refers to limited outings and only essential businesses open, which results in everyone wearing protection when they go out and keep a physical distance 6 feet apart – wild times. Therefore, we have to take a step back and appreciate what a particular group of individuals do for our kids and their future while we are living our normal lives: educators and tutors. 

It’s believed that the standard of education for a child starts at home, and nowadays learning basic subjects will be part of a parent’s responsibilities for the upbringing of their kids. With that said, not every parent is prepared to deal with the academic burden a fifth grader or senior deals with it at school. As parents in the new normal, it has become a necessity to homeschool our kids, becoming a teacher and a life tutor ourselves. 

Most parents spend hours looking for information online about how to solve a math problem or how to give guidance on a biology project for example, but sites like Studypool, full of capable tutors, can help any parent or student with their homework. 

Studypool is very easy to use. Simply post a question and ask a tutor for help. The tutor, then delivers a step-by-step explanation that would help solve your problem or gives you guidance on any specific topic. For example, a very confusing topic for most parents can be anything related with programming. Students who have an interest in programming, know this skill isn’t easy to learn and that it requires a lot of patience. Tutors on Studypool can help you create codes, websites, etc. and help you understand why a code line has to be written a certain way. 

Hopefully, when everything goes back to normal, students can continue using Studypool for help with their homework, especially if their parents are not available or working. Tutoring platforms like Studypool, with tutors available to help around the clock, can help students become more independent. After all, we’re all capable of doing homework and chores, it’s just that sometimes we need a little guidance or a push in the right track. 

Adapting to this kind of situation is not easy, but with help from others and to each other, we have found out how different the world can be and thanks to the internet since we can implement a system as part of our daily routine. We have to move forward, and quickly, even with the current events and accept a life online – such as home office and homeschooling, without neglecting our social interactions. 

The work that educators are currently doing is part of how education always moves forward. Video call classes and creative online lab assignments with their students is a pretty fantastic example of adaptation. And as educators have, online tutors are always willing to help your kids excel in their studies when they need it most. 

Right now we don’t know where the world is heading, but online tutoring and the internet will always be a powerful tool for education. It is especially essential to help our kids realize how times can change and how important it is to adapt to a new normal since life goes on no matter what. And alongside this, we should never stop learning or acquiring new skills.




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I'm Jethro. I'm a carpenter, and love to build things! You can find me in the garage or at work most days of the week.My sister is Crystal, who you might know from this very blog. Her son Johnny loves video games just as much as I do - so we have a lot of fun playing together!

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