Prior to the pandemic schools at every level were dabbling in the world of online classes. College campuses in particular were finding that online coursework was a suitable fit for busy students, adult students, and distance learning students. Even at the elementary level distance learning was creating a solution for students who did not thrive in the classroom or could not attend a physical classroom due to various health conditions.
However, the pandemic has forced schools out of their comfort zone and required most to go completely virtual regardless of their comfort level or grade level. Suddenly students in elementary, junior high, high school, and college were forced to adapt hybrid or virtual learning methods that were foreign to everyone involved.
Pandemic schooling could easily be described as crisis schooling because the premise appears to be the same. Despite having all summer to plan for the new school year, the evolving pandemic and evolving needs of communities and students has forced most school districts and institutes of higher learning to be flexible and roll with continual shifts in learning.
The results? Some students are able to roll with the changes while others are finding the constantly shifting instruction to be confusing and a hindrance to their education. Scoregenics is aware that the technical complexities of online learning combined with the unpredictable nature of the pandemic have hurt students, which is why we are working hard to provide socially distanced online tutoring options to students who need a gentle push to improve their academic performance.
Booking online tutoring for students who are struggling or need in-person test prep to make the most of their virtual learning experience is a great way for parents to safely give their children the support they need to come out of the pandemic successfully. Pandemic education is truly a large-scale social experiment, but online tutoring is a proven educational tool that can help your child navigate through the rocky waters.