Free online learning platform for parents launched

posted August 07, 2020 at 08:50 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
To help parents bridge the gaps of distance learning, powdered juice drink label Tang, in partnership with Edukasyon.ph, launches Prepared with TANG: Get Ready for Distance Learning.

Free online learning platform for parents launched

Prepared with TANG: Get Ready for Distance Learning is a free online learning platform where parents can get insights about distance learning and how they can play a more active role in their children's education. 

The platform offers useful tips and simple steps to enhance kids' learning experience at home, such as:

● Providing motivation when the child feels bored or tired during lessons;

● Setting up a comfortable study space; 

● Getting creative with new educational activities; and most important,

● Ensuring proper nutrition and fortification including the importance of Vitamin C

Enriching advice and tips will come from the expertise and real-life experiences of fellow moms and experts such as homeschooling advocate Tina Rodriguez, mom and daughter Mikaela Martinez-Lagdameo and Noelle, and LEGO senior concept artist Ian Sta Maria.

“It has always been Tang’s mission to be every Filipino mom’s partner in preparing their children for a bright future. And this partnership is even more important as moms face the new normal of distance learning,” says Miguel Reyes, brand manager of Tang Philippines.

The free online platform will be officially launched on August 8, 3:00 p.m. on Tang PH Facebook page.

Topics: TANG: Get Ready for Distance Learning , Edukasyon.ph , Tang
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