Home Learning Tips For Parents
MAKE HOME LEARNING EASIER
With your whole family packed in at home, here’s how to create better workspaces so your kids can learn, connect, and create—with fewer distractions, and more bridges to effective learning.
(Even in the living room.)
BUILDING A BETTER
SET ‘EM UP RIGHT
Learning from a screen for several hours a day? That’s a new experience for kids. That’s why the setup is so important—it ensures that they maintain good posture. Also, make sure to set up a schedule with breaks. Kids need to move, and it’s critical for health!
No two students are exactly alike. With big, creative minds, students need the tools to match, so they can express themselves organically, learn better, and thrive. Whether it’s handwriting, drawing, or making a video, putting the right tools in their hands can make it happen.
FOR CHROMEBOOKS AND LAPTOPS
CUT THE NOISE
Kids’ audio processing skills are still developing through their teens, so in order to retain information, they need their audio dialed up to a higher volume than any background noise. Make sure to pick a headset with a built-in microphone so your child can also be heard.
SHOW YOUR WORK
Webcams are flexible and let you choose what’s being seen on-screen. Position your webcam on a tripod or shelf at an angle to get the right effect. For older children, a webcam with a tripod can be used as a document camera, allowing your child to easily show teachers or classmates what they’re working out on paper.
GET SET UP FOR DIGITAL WELLNESS
Set up children and teens for hours of work while minimizing eye and muscle strain. A few tweaks and additions can make a world of a difference for your kids' learning experience.
Raise It Up
Step 1 of 5
RAISE IT UP
Raise the laptop up to eye-level to help with posture and prevent slouching. A stand or a couple of books will do the trick.
Move It Back
Key It Up
Click It Up
Loud And Clear
Step 5 of 5
LOUD AND CLEAR
Add a wireless headset with a mic so children and teens can change position or get up while still being seen on camera. Moving every hour or so is vital for their body health and focus. Play music through their wireless headset and let them dance!
For iPad DEVICES
NATURAL WRITING AND SKETCHING
Logitech Crayon is great for younger kids learning how to handwrite on an iPad. For middle and high school students, Crayon is a great tool for math, physics, or any other class that requires detailed formulas and drawings.
FOR DESKTOP COMPUTERS
CUT THE NOISE
Your children’s audio processing skills are still developing into their teens, so they need audio levels to be above background noise to retain information. A headset with a built-in microphone ensures that they can hear and be heard.
PLACE IT. SEE IT.
Flexible webcams can be positioned on a screen, tripod, or shelf at any angle, offering full control of what’s being seen on screen. The tripod lets kids and teens position the camera to show what they’re working out on paper.
CUT THE NOISE
Children’s audio skills are still developing through their teens, so they need their audio levels to be louder than background noise. Make sure to pick a headset with a built-in microphone so your child can also be heard.
CHARGE IT. POSITION IT.
Powered Stand lets your kids place their smartphone upright as it charges, which helps them avoid slouching. It also discourages them to hold it in their hands, keeping it farther away and minimizing eye strain.
LESS WIRE. MORE SCREEN.
All that screen space taken up by the onscreen keyboard? That’s wide open when you add an external keyboard. It basically turns the smartphone into a mini computer, and could even improve typing speed and accuracy, to boot.
THE POWER OF PLAY
Gaming lets kids connect with their peers in a global community—plus, esports is blowing up in schools around the country. Products from Logitech G are specifically designed for gaming. Mice feature higher-dpi tracking and more extensive button options, while headsets feature surround sound and specialized mic options. Many features are programmable with G Hub.