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CEHS, WVPEC partner to provide parent resources for online learning

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To meet the needs of parents and caregivers are who navigating the new realities of remote learning in an ever-changing educational landscape, the WVU College of Education and Human Services and the West Virginia Public Education Collaborative have partnered to produce a series of videos to address relevant topics around online learning.  

“We know that many West Virginia parents and caregivers are still adapting to the demands of guiding their children through virtual learning experiences, and we wanted to capitalize on the expertise of some of the brightest teachers, administrators and scholars in our state,” said Donna Peduto, executive director of WVPEC.

Featured four-to-five minute videos from teachers, principals, superintendents and school technicians cover topics that include grades K-12, ranging from popular tech tools, space at home, social and emotional health, scheduling routines, the parent-teacher relationship and more.

“CEHS always strives to provide the resources and support to educators and families in West Virginia, and we know that our support is needed now more than ever,” said Jessica Troilo, associate dean for academic affairs in CEHS. “We are pleased to partner with WVPEC to share our knowledge with families who are adapting to this new educational environment.”

All content is free and open to the public and can be accessed by visiting CEHS Outreach.