The FEMALE? with, literally, holes in her head is the person that the WHO (CHINA puppet) wants the US parents to listen to regarding what is mentally HEALTHY?
LOOK at THIS!!!! I would not get in to an ELEVATOR with this monster!!!
It has no history. She has nothing to referance her yet somehow she is a WHO “expert.”
An expert created out of smoke. This is a mental case and the WHO is blowing smoke.
ATLANTA — Parents went thought a crash course in digital learning just two months ago. Now we are all preparing for this next semester of “home schooling’ while juggling our lives.
And the kids, well they may actually want to return to traditional school this fall.
Channel 2′s Justin Farmer spoke to Dr. Laura Pacione, a leading expert with the World Health Organization about how we can make this digital schooling a success.
Federal Education has been around for less than 100 years. TRADITIONAL is NOT what we have. Traditional school is a PARENT teaching our kids. This crap is, in the history of humanity, is NEW!!!
Pacione says it is important to strike a balance. She recommends a balance of routine and unstructured time.
“Children really thrive off of consistency so it’s really important for the to know what is going to happen next and have a predictable routine”, said Pacione.
She says that letting kids play is equally important. And the parents should get in on the fun too.
Make it a priority to get in some of that unstructured time as well. Dr. Pacione suggests, “Let your kids show you how to play. Get the to show you something on their toys and follow along as if you are a younger kid”.
Parents and kids also need to be aware of their feelings.
“Recognize the stressfulness of this and be flexible and respectful of their own feelings”, advises Pacione.
Parents can start brushing up now on how to handle digital learning. Pacione recommended several helpful websites.
The first website is helpful for when your kids are feeling lonely and isolated. https://www.covidwithkids.org/
She also has a good guide with tips for the entire family’s mental health. https://www.nctsn.org/resources/parent-caregiver-guide-to-helping-families-cope-with-the-coronavirus-disease-2019