Show Notes:

0:55 Virtual Learning with Guest Liliana Hererra
1:25 A LOT of parents are finding themselves in new roles now
2:22 First, let's deal with the mindset
2:55 Now, instead of just parents, we're also teachers
3:25 Come from a place of calmness, it will all be okay
3:45 From my coaching practice, I teach that the strongest energy wins
4:10 Your kids are watching, they will imitate you
5:05 I'm a single mom and want to be a part of their world
5:45 Recognize we're not teachers, but we do know about school
6:15 Your kids have no classmates now unless they have siblings
6:25 Network with other parents to get together with whomever has specific expertise
8:00 Necessity is the mother of invention, now we have learning "pods"
8:45 Learning "styles"
9:20 The schools are on a learning curve too, they've never done this either
10:08 It's an opportunity to get customized learning
11:10 Observe what your child gravitates to
13:00 My son and I wrote a book one Saturday afternoon
14:04 My son loves reading up on technology
16:40 They may get a little more "comfy" at home, but it's okay if they are still focused
17:45 I had to learn to monitor and and adjust for his style
22:30 Dedicated learning space
24:02 See what works, try different places and environments
26:10 Commitment and consistency come with time
29:14 Be realistic as a parent, be patient, get them moving
31:20 This is one of the best times as a parent, to spend time with your kids
34:40 Show your kids your "best self"

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Ryan Roy

Ryan's father abandoned him when he was only five years old. After getting married, his biggest fear was having a child and not knowing how to be a good dad. After studying everything he could find, writing a bestselling book, hosting 300 episodes of a popular parenting podcast, PLUS growing an immensely successful FBI Dads program at his own kids' school... Ryan has decided to share what he's learned. FBI Dads is Ryan's life mission. Ryan welcomes YOU to join him in this journey to help dads connect, be present and be a positive influence on their children.