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How to Set Up Space for Distance Learning at Home

Posted: September 16, 2020

How To Set Up Space for Distance Learning at Home

Whether you have a first-grader or a sophomore in college living at home with you, distance learning and online education are sure to play a role in how your kids learn this school year. Successful distance learning starts with setting up reliable, consistent habits that condition kids and young adults to switch gears and participate fully. This means sticking to a schedule and carving out a dedicated space for online learning that helps kids feel focused, comfortable, and energized. H&H Homes’ flexible floorplans, such as the Jordan, come with a variety of possible upstairs room configurations, with options for 3, 4, or 5 bedrooms. If your family size permits, one of these bedrooms could be fully converted into a den or workspace for the student or students in your house. Plus, like many H&H Homes, the Jordan features a modern, open-plan kitchen and dining room. In the event that you need to closely supervise your child’s day to day schooling or participate in online classes with them, you can set up a school space in the open floor living area that makes it easy for you to buzz around the kitchen, answer the front door, or take care of the house without being physically separated from the student in your family. 

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