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How to Keep Kids Motivated during E-Learning

Kids will soon be thrust back into e-learning and continue to miss their friends and communities. Here are some ways parents can help them stay motivated at school and at home this fall.


As we saw in the spring, kids can get exhausted by e-learning and often struggle to keep relationships going while apart from one another.

We spoke with local counselors Samantha Straub, a teacher, school counselor at Severn School and licensed graduate professional counselor at Waypoint Wellness Center, and Maria Winters, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor at Anne Arundel Medical Center, on ways to help your children stay motivated.

A big takeaway—parents, cut yourself some slack! Ask the kids what they need and figure out ways to get through this all together.

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