How movement, mindfulness, and moments can improve virtual learning
Dr. Rebecca Branstetter, the founder of the Thriving School Psychologist Collective, advises parents and students to follow the three M’s.
The second M is Mindfulness.
"Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment and not judging it," she said.
If a parent knows how their child is feeling, they can find ways to help them cope.
That to the last M, which is encouraging parents and teachers to think about Moments.
"What you need to do is find genuine moments of connection between the child and the teacher. And this can be very brief it can be a short little breakout room where they ask, 'How was your weekend?' Or it can be a quick check-in, a one on one with a child after school, 'How's it going?'" she said.