Question: What is the most common reason students might struggle with online schooling?
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Question: I don't do well on tests. What's a good way to prepare?
Question: Why do students need an online library?
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Question: My online course's discussion groups often get derailed by unproductive comments. How can I get the threads back on track?
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Question: Is tutoring available online? If so, how does it work?
Question: I'm going to take my first online class soon, and I'm looking forward to it. The school gives me the option of getting my textbooks electronically. Should I do that too?
Question: What's the most common mistake online students make?
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Question: Do online programs have tutoring assistance?
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It could be even more important for parents to support online learners than traditional students. Learn five ways you can effectively involve yourself in your child's online learning--from common sense strategies to less obvious strategies like gauging whether to be a supportive or participatory partner in your child's virtual-education.
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