We’re all in this together
Parents and teachers, we’re here to help you!
With multiple hats to wear and different roles to juggle during this time, we are here to support you so that you can help your children continue learning from home so that no child is left behind in education.
Share these resources to help struggling parents
When we work together and combine our efforts, we can make it a possibility that no child will be left behind in their learning during this time. We don’t want parents to feel that they’re alone in their challenges and are here to help continue learning from home!
Learning must go on!
With schools closed and cancelled exams, students can lose track of their learning. Although it’s a difficult time and many things are uncertain, student learning can go on! We’ve collaborated with teachers to hold online classes to teach using FrogSchool lessons so that students are continuously guided to ensure learning happens from home!
Teachers to the rescue!
Learning is different for every student and can be the reason why some students find certain subjects or topics more challenging than others. Parents that are unsure about learning concepts and need help can submit their questions through Ask a Teacher for English, Science and Mathematics questions!
It takes a village to raise a child
Be a part of a larger community and join the Learn From Home Community on Facebook. Get in touch with like minded Malaysians that are going through similar experiences as you are. Connect with the community for more guidance and support to encourage student learning at home.
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- Frog Exclusive: Education expert recommends parents to involve themselves in their child’s fantasies to encourage them to explore and experiment with new ideas.22 May 2020
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- How can parents and teachers support each other to help Malaysian students transition from offline to online learning21 May 2020
Parents play a pivotal role in reducing teaching workloads Navigating through the ‘hows and whys’ during these uncertain times without research or experience can be confusing for everyone involved! Although we aren’t able to guarantee that planning will go on smoothly, it’s clear that online learning will still play a …read more
- Registration for online classes to learn using FrogSchool lessons is now open! Sign-up your students to experience an effective and meaningful Learn From Home experience.19 May 2020
We’re all in this together Parents and teachers, we’re here to help you! With multiple hats to wear and different roles to juggle during this time, we are here to support you so that you can help your children continue learning from home so that no child is left behind …read more