Learning Lab's Virtual Learning Support
Do you need a place to send your child during the day while they attend their school’s online platform, or do you prefer in-home virtual support?
Learning Lab’s Virtual Learning Support is your solution!
Learning Lab's Virtual Learning Support is perfect for students participating in:
WCS Online (Williamson County Schools)
FSSD Virtual Learning (Franklin Special School District)
MNPS Remote Learning (Metro Nashville Public Schools)
Any student who switches to remote learning
Does your family need help with Virtual Learning?
If you’re struggling to navigate your child’s online learning platform, you are NOT alone. Families across Middle Tennessee are feeling overwhelmed by tech issues, periodic disruptions, and information overload.
- Are you struggling to find courses and assignments, and what your student is responsible for turning in?
- Are you uncertain that your child’s assignments are correctly turned in on time, and if their teacher is receiving them?
- Is your child behind, and not capable of prioritizing their assignments?
If you need a place to send your child during the day, or if you prefer in-home support, Learning Lab can help!
Learning Lab's Virtual Learning Support Coaches will:
Provide daily virtual learning assistance and supplemental support to your student as they utilize the online curriculum provided through either their district or online program
Ensure your student carries out their days as scheduled by their school/teacher
Provide your student with assistance in completing their assignments
Troubleshoot any technical difficulties
Learning Lab's Virtual Learning Support with Third Coast Clay
Do you need a place to send your child during the day while they attend their school’s online platform? Learning Lab and Third Coast Clay are partnering to create an alternative learning option designed to provide families with a setting where their students can be supervised and receive assistance with their online learning.
Where: Students will come to Third Coast Clay, located at 3078 Maddux Way in Franklin
When: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM, with drop-off beginning at 7:30 AM (aftercare hours are available from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM)
Cost: $200/week (aftercare hours are available at an additional cost of $10/hour)
Benefits of Learning Lab's Virtual Learning Support:
The environment is controlled (in-home support is capped at 6 students and our partnership with Third Coast Clay is capped at 25 students)
Our coaches will conduct temperature checks on every student before starting each day
Our coaches are background checked, drug tested, and insured
We have substitute coaches so that you always have support
Additional tutoring services may also be added on through Learning Lab’s Tutoring Center, in case your student needs help filling in the gaps with their online learning curriculum.
Learning Lab's in-home Virtual Learning Support
If your family prefers in-home virtual support, we can do that too! With Learning Lab’s in-home Virtual Learning Support program, you provide the space, set the time, and identify the students (if your family is participating in a pod). We’ll then provide the supervision and assistance with one of our coaches.
Cost: The flat-rate is $50/hour, for up to 6-students, with a minimum commitment of 6 hours of weekly instruction. Should additional hours be needed, our team will work with you to create an option that meets those needs in the most cost-effective way possible.
The more students who participate in a pod, the lower the cost per student:
– 1 student: $50/hr.
– 2 students: $25/hr. for each student
– 3 students: $16.67/hr. for each student
– 4 students: $12.50/hr. for each student
– 5 students: $10.00/hr. for each student
– 6 students: $8.33/hr. for each student
In an effort to ensure high-quality supervision, Learning Lab will be unable to assist pods with more than six students.
Virtual Learning Tips for Families:
Children's attention spans are short, so make sure to give them short breaks, even if it's just a quick walk around the house.
Station rotation learning can be a helpful way to keep your child motivated. Work on one subject or task for 10 to 15 minutes and then switch them to another – possibly even switching gears in another part of the room or house.
Get familiar with your child's online platform.
Don't be afraid to reach out to your child's teacher with questions. Teachers love nothing more than having open communication with the family and knowing that everybody's working together for the best interest of the child.