For instance, if your child learns more effectively when they read things aloud, they are free to do so at home. If soft music helps them understand lessons better, you can encourage them by playing soothing music.
The bottom line is: at home, your little one can be more flexible in finding ways to learn the lessons.
Promote flexibility by helping your preschooler find ways by which they learn more effectively. For instance, will they have more fun experimenting for real, or will videos suffice?
Now that we have talked about the advantages of remote learning, let’s explain the disadvantages.
Limitations or Abuse of Technology
The first disadvantage of remote learning is the possible limitations in technology. Currently, not all students have access to laptops for distance learning. Furthermore, the cost of internet connection is also an issue for many families.
Another potential disadvantage is too much use of gadgets. With online learning, your child may have excessive screen time and reduced physical activity.
Following a schedule and taking frequent breaks can help reduce screen time in kids. Always follow the guidelines for preschoolers‘ recommended screen time.