Back to homeschooling: Are you pleasantly surprised or feeling left in the lurch?
Have your say: The Irish Times would like to hear about your experiences so far
Do you feel that you and the school are better prepared this time compared to last spring?
Homeschooling is no easy task, whether you’re a parent, pupil or teacher. As families across Ireland get to grips with learning from home again, what are your experiences so far?
Has your child’s school been able to provide more homeschooling resources compared with the first lockdown, last spring?
Do you feel that you and the school are better prepared?
Do you have a laptop or tablet and a good internet connection for your child to use? How do you cope if you don’t?
If you’re a student, how do you feel about homeschooling? Are you happy to be based at home again or would you rather be in the classroom? Are you confident that you (and your family) will be able to cope or are you worried about the term ahead?
And, overall, what’s the impact of homeschooling on your family life?
You can let us know about all these and more in the box below. (If you are reading this on The Irish Times app, please go here to make your contribution.)