I am not sure if this will help but this virtual guide for parents has been very helpful to us at Brooklyn Lab. https://www.ncld.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/A-Parents-Guide-to-Virtual-Learning-4-Actions-To-Improve-your-Childs-Experience-with-Online-Learning.pdf
This is very helpful
This is amazing! I wish I knew abut this at the beginning. I will keep it, because we don't know what the next school year will hold for us. Also, does it come in Spanish?
From our Facebook Group: Charmaine Miller Thaner Try and discover their underlying message. Their “disruptive and inappropriate behavior” is the tip of the iceberg. Ask clarifying questions. Honor their fears. Identify someone on the school team they are most connected to. Have the two of them talk before the next remote session. Listen to understand where they are coming from.
My team has suggested having one session a week that parents can schedule to join a check-in with the teacher or advisory lead, and having posted rules and norms that everyone can see to help establish expectations for all parties. A lot of parents have questions and are struggling to support kids at home, and sometimes it's presenting in unexpected ways. We have a resource for supporting families that might be useful on our website. Feel free to look at it and share any parts of the PDF that might help!
@Stephanie Lassalle Wow. Your team has only virtual IEP meeting recommendations that I have been able to locate for weeks!!! They are great. Thank you. I am adding your team's resources to my website on 'virtual classroom management'.