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Remote learning: strategies to tackle low engagement
Whether pupils are doing remote learning on a full-time or part-time basis, find out what steps you can take to help them and their parents/carers overcome various barriers to engagement.
- Consider how you can provide support to overcome barriers
- "My child isn't motivated to work"
- "I can't give my child the level of support you're asking for"
- "My child can't keep up with the amount of work"
- "My child has SEND and I'm struggling to support them"
- "My child is struggling with their mental health, they can't focus on work"
- "We're struggling to get set up on the tech"
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