The subject of parents’ escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Media reported that the outbreak of new coronary pneumonia, which has spread around the world, has forced many communities to close. On Monday, local time, many Families in the United States will have to deal with widespread school closures in Florida, Illinois, Michigan and New Mexico. — These families need to embark on their own new educational adventures.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Now, many parents have shared their success – and frustrations – in this family education on Twitter. Obviously, it’s not going to be easy for everyone, as the hashtags such as “I’m exhausted” and #coronapocalypse (the crown doomsday) suggest.

One of the hottest suggestions circulating on Twitter right now is to plan a home-schooling program every day.

Creative director Scott Duvall shared his children’s schedules on social media platforms – from breakfast to dressing, to allowing free computer time in the late afternoon, with learning, exercise and creative/quiet time all in it.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Sports Talk Radio host Josh Beard overnight designed a schedule of video game tutorials for his children, which showed the familiar Pokemon Go dream, OverWatch and other games, which were rejected by his wife. My wife refuses to teach or let me teach any of the games in it. “

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

But some parents have given up on “struggling,” tweeted Cory Childs, a father of three, tweeting: “We quickly went from being a ‘family education’ to a roller-skating party.”

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Some parents give their children the task of scheduling, and some seem to have achieved some good results. Anthropologist Kristin Krueger’s kindergarten children designed a good schedule of activities, including reading, math, lunch, and an unspecified field trip.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Some parents, who still seem unable to cope with their children’s learning, have to turn to Google for a photo shared by this parent below:

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Teenagers can be very tough to deal with, and a parent who calls himself an “irritable teenager” has come up with a way to think about letting children write about the post-netflix movie.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

A father says that in the eyes of his youngest daughter, yellow is only a duck except for bananas, and he plans to turn it into the world’s cutest TED talk.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Some smart parents are inventing new courses, such as Honorlaundry Laundry, AP Vacuuming, and more.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

Another theme has emerged in this family education boom, which is the importance of teachers.

“I’m going to take to the streets and ask for a $1 million annual salary for the teacher,” one parent tweeted after completing a 47-minute home education while working from home.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

And in the design of educational content for children, it is not just parents do. Like Scholastic, which offers free online resources and events, NASA’s Kids’ Club offers space games and learning modules for kids, and the European Space Agency has launched a link on Twitter to cartoons and other space science-related activities.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

TED Talks posted a video on Twitter about its free education.

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home

PBS, for its part, is highlighting its education platforms, PBS Kids and PBS Learning Media Resources.

While moving education home is not easy for many parents, a little humor may help them through this difficult time. Molly McNearney, co-chief screenwriter of “Jimmy Kimmel Show” and wife of the late-night TV presenter, quipped — “Childless segregation – home vacation.” The isolation of children is the state of kidnapping. “

The subject of parents' escape under the outbreak: taking eva at home