You can encourage self-monitoring by encouraging your student to periodically stop and think as they read lesson material. Older students should be able to do this either after every few paragraphs, after each page, or after reading a paragraph with many details.
To support their online lessons, prompt your student to answer questions independently and check their answers. If they get the wrong one on the first try, encourage them to try solving the problem.
When it comes to math problems students should:
No matter what subject your student is learning, you can help them become active learners by reviewing parts of the lesson if it’s incorrect and continuing to work with them as they grow and mature.