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Transition to Online Tutoring

The COVID-19 virus has undoubtedly changed the way we lead our day-to-day lives, as many aspects of our daily routines are “up in the air” or put on hold entirely.  It is uncomfortable and frustrating, but we are a Network, a community, and we must prioritize public health above all. During this time, we are choosing to commit to every precaution, so we have advised our teachers, tutors, coaches and counselors to avoid holding in-person sessions for the foreseeable future.

Thankfully, we can still help.

Since we started helping students in 2014, we have offered an online option.  We have had many clients use this option to great success: still one-on-one; still individualized; still professional educators. All of the close communication protocols that our clients have come to expect from ATN are still in effect. You can connect with your teacher, tutor, coach, or counselor via Skype, FaceTime, Zoom, or Google Hangout.  If this technology is unfamiliar or intimidating, we will provide assistance in operating these now-essential tools.

What Does Online Tutoring Look Like?

Though it is unclear when they will return to their classes and corresponding expectations, we want to mention that, in these unprecedented and stressful times, we are given a unique opportunity. We have a chance to teach students that, in order to fulfill their highest potential, it is important to rest and reflect. Routine and skill maintenance are, of course, very important, but taking care and being mindful of mental wellbeing is crucial to overall success.  

 

The Network wants you to know that we are here to help you in any way that we can. Everything that the Network offers is available online. Please reach out to us with any questions.

 

Take care and stay safe.

FYI - Do The Five

We want to make sure our ATN Community is aware of all the preventative measures to ensure the safety of our global society.

  • Hands - Wash them often

  • Elbow - Cough into it

  • Face - Don't touch it

  • Feet - Stay more than 6 feet apart

  • Feel Sick? - Stay home

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