Working and Learning from Home: Strategies for the Working Parent Teaching Their Kids
August 19 @ 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
With our schools moving to remote learning, small business owners and parents working from home are feeling overwhelmed. However, distance learning doesn’t have to be daunting.
Now’s the time to learn how to manage working from home and helping your children learn as well. Hear from Rachel Clark, who has been coaching business owners for 16 years, on how to work from home and optimize your business. Also hear from Morgan Shook, local special education teacher, on real-world strategies and tools for helping working parents make schooling at home efficient and fun.
- Working with teachers during distance learning
- Core strategies for distance learning
- Socialization solutions
- Reinforcement concepts
- Technology troubleshooting
- How to stay consistent
- Creating custom schedules and scoreboards for YOUR needs
Rachel is a regular instructor for Mendocino’s Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) and Mendocino’s Women’s Business Center. She has worked as a business coach for 16 years, helping clients transform their businesses. Using her formal education in marketing and economics (coupled with years of experience in executive recruiting), Rachel helps clients ready to work on their leadership and business skills.
Morgan is a special education teacher at Brookside Elementary School in Willits. She says, “It is my joy to work with students with diverse learning abilities. Having been homeschooled up to college, I never thought I would become a teacher but I absolutely love it! Teaching kindness and respect are my fundamental goals. Distance learning is an amazing opportunity to bridge my knowledge of homeschooling and public education. We’ve got this!”