Parent resources for virtual learning

Virtual learning is still a new way of life for many Arizona families as students go back to school after the holiday break. ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is offering free online courses to help parents and guardians master the skills needed to tackle this new environment.

The pandemic is creating new scenarios for how children or students are receiving their education. For those different scenarios ASU is offering a tool to help guide you through it. Although, teachers need just as much guidance as parents do during this time. The Dean of Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College sees the struggle teachers are going through to keep up on the changing platform.

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Carole Basile, Dean, ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

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