The community of Filipino moms’ growing support for remote learning and opportunities poured out at the first-ever on-site event of the Remote Learning Summit 2023.
The recently concluded Remote Learning Summit’s first-ever in-person event this year has succeeded in gathering and throwing support for several communities of mom-influencers, mompreneurs, content creators, bloggers, and digital creators to strengthen their support for the building of a stronger remote learning community for parents, learners, and online educators at Le Don’s Garden Silang, Cavite on January 29th, 2023.
The gathering event primarily led to discussions on typical and more urgent parents’ concerns, especially moms’, about remote learning for their children, promising opportunities for parents in the comfort of their homes, and balancing parents’ lifestyles, family time, and work.
With the generous support of Remote Classroom’s affiliate partners, who are powerful mom influencers, Caren Basco of Life with the Bascos, Jen Ocampo of The SocialMomdia, Mary Jane Pujanes of Nanayhood, Mekris Malabanan of The Simple Mommy, MK Bertulfo of FHMoms, Janina Micca Perez, Evangeline Olarte, and Leigh Cadiente, recurring matters on empowerment, remote opportunities, parents’ needs on their kids’ assistance, and updates on trends in digital marketing were satisfactorily raised, discussed, and addressed during the parents’ forum.
Social Media Skills and Branding
Caren Basco of Life with the Bascos with Zari Sandoval presented a quick introduction to digital marketing skills and scaling branding schemes to boost mompreneurs’ and mom influencers’ online presence that gave mom participants the opportunity to catch up with the trends and consider the possibilities of engaging themselves in social media work opportunities, too. The short, but informative, discussion on digital marketing gave a clearer and more positive impact on moms hoping to work from home.
At the forum, work-from-home parents, Donald Foronda, an Art teacher, and a freelance graphic designer, together with Jenni Foronda, a mompreneur/ business owner and the head of marketing and business development of Remote Classroom Australia and Ph, shared the advantages of working from home. Mekris of the Simple Mommy and Mary Jane Pujanes of Nanayhood, on the other hand, spoke about their own ways of managing their household being a full-time mom and a content creator who fairly juggles both, work and family life.
Meanwhile, Remote Staff Philippines helps Filipinos to land work-from-home opportunities. Its platform looks forward to onboarding Filipino job seekers and continuing to live with integrity through innovation, togetherness, excellence, and the right balance.
Mom’s Thoughts on Remote Learning
Also, a topic in the forum was remote learning. Parents who experienced getting their children into online classes shared the benefits of the digital learning platform. They attested that remote learning gives ease to working and busy parents who lack the time to provide academic help to their children. Most notably, children get easy access to learning advanced lessons conveniently in the comfort of their homes.
Remote Learning Programs
Remote teachers tailor and customize remote learning materials to meet the needs of the students. At present, Remote Classroom offers customized programs that directly fulfill the required lesson concepts students need to understand and master. Besides, remote teachers undergo rigid training to ensure the effective achievement of the learning goals of the students. They possess up-to-date skills in remote teaching that help learners retain knowledge in the most efficient way possible, too.
Indeed, the parents’ forum gave chances for moms and dads during the event. Furthermore, it was a great avenue for sharing and discussing several parental concerns, especially regarding their kids’ learning. It was a meaningful event giving answers to all ifs and whys of all parents attendees.