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What Are Good Classroom Rules for Your Classroom and School?

1. set classroom rules together. Take the time to communicate the classroom rules from day one!
2. explain why rules are necessary. Let’s face it children are not born knowing what is appropriate behavior and what rules are.
3. be consistent with classroom rules.
4. Try the five Ps. A teacher in our Facebook group suggested this one.
5. Take advice from Oprah. Or choose another celebrity or athlete who has a special connection to your students.
6. Focus on respect. Belen is a teacher in our First Years group on Facebook , and she puts the biggest emphasis on respect.
7. Create a quiet and comfortable study space. You are about to work, collaborate, and learn. Your environment should be set up for that. Find a location that is free from any distraction by other family members, pets, background noises, or cell phones.
8. Be dressed for school. Since the virtual classroom is part of the school environment, the same dress code applies. Items such as tank tops, revealing clothing, or shirts with offensive print are inappropriate for class.
9. Be on time. Classes are relatively short and there’s generally a lot of material to be covered. Starting on time not only shows respect for your classmates and the teacher, but it also frees up more time to ask questions or linger a little longer on more complicated subjects.
10. Come prepared. Just like in brick-and-mortar classroom settings, you should come to class with the syllabi and writing material you’ll need to fully participate in the lesson.
11. Mute your microphone and turn your camera on. Virtual classrooms can get noisy really quickly. Mute your microphone to keep the audio channel free of clutter and available to the speaker.
12. Do not drink or eat during class. In general, you shouldn’t engage in activities that don’t contribute to the lesson. Eating and drinking is an obvious example here.
13. Pay attention. Class participation is mandatory. It will count towards your grade. Participation will ensure that the focus of the class is on the lesson and will help keep things organized and engaged.
14. Don’t play with your computer or other devices. As mentioned before, you shouldn’t engage in activities that don’t contribute to the lesson. It’s hard to work on a device that offers you a world of distraction and entertainment.
15. Be respectful. Use the ‘raise hand’ function when you want to speak. Listen to your teacher and classmates and only use the chat function when the teacher asks you to do so or if there is an issue with your connection.
16. Have fun and be creative. If everyone follows the rules and contributes to the shared objective of all class members, virtual classrooms can be a fun and efficient way to learn.

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1. Be Careful With Your Tone. While an online conversation with friends doesn’t necessarily require much thought, the same doesn’t go for when you are having a conversation with professors.
2. Be Accurate and Factual. The internet is a vast place with information coming from all sorts of sources. This is why you should be careful when providing information.
3. Search First, Then Ask. If you get stuck with a question on a certain assignment, it’s better to search for it before you ask your classmates or the professor.
4. Don’t Use Sarcasm Freely. While in person, we communicate with the help of facial expressions and gestures. Conveying the same message online can prove more challenging.
5. Be as Polite as You Are In Person. Being polite on the internet should be as common as in real life. Unfortunately, that is not the case in many situations.
6. Use Proper Grammar and Punctuation. Many people tend to forget the rules that apply to writing when communicating online. However, resorting to proper grammar and punctuation can make the message seem more professional and thought out.
7. Stay on Topic. When there is a discussion happening, it’s crucial that everyone stays on topic. It’s easy to stray off the initial conversation, especially when there are many people participating in it.
8. Remember That Nothing Is Private Online. Online privacy is something you should keep in mind when typing anything. Most things you post and share are probably going to be there for a long time.
9. Make Clear and Brief Points. Unlike face-to-face interactions, taking too long to get to a point can result in the message getting lost in the text. Hence it is best to use short and clear sentences when trying to explain something.
10. Respect People’s Privacy. Treat others’ privacy the same way you would want some to handle your private information. You shouldn’t give the personal information of your classmates and professors online to anyone.

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One of the most important online classroom rules is to be on time for class. Students may feel a little more relaxed or may sleep in a little later while learning from home, but being late for class can be very disruptive to online classes.

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Classroom rules can help establish a sense of community when they’re built on collective classroom values. Classroom rules: 1. Have a vision. 2. Be a learner, not a finisher. 3. Lean into struggle. 4. Feed your passion. 5. Own your education. — Amy Fast, Ed.D. (@fastcrayon) February 25, 2017

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Classroom Rules for Online Learning Author: Kathy Kulka Keywords: DAD3HdekN4E,BACiWC492EU Created Date: 20200320232145Z

Author: Kathy Kulka
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Created Date: 20200320232145Z
Title: Classroom Rules for Online Learning

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Virtual Classroom Rules Teach 4 the Heart has a download ready for you. This simple set of rules covers 5 expectations: Mute yourself except when you have the floor. Raise your hand virtually for permission to speak. (One person talks at a time.) Keep your video on for attendance purposes. Avoid distracting backgrounds or actions.

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This video shows ONLINE CLASSROOM RULES that we can use for our STUDENT'S ORIENTATION. If you LIKE this video please hit the LIKE button and Subscribe to …

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Online Classroom Policies and Expectations The Office of Student Conduct and CARE Team are dedicated to ensuring productive, safe virtual classrooms for all students and instructors. As a reminder, the WVU Student Code of Conduct still applies to all students regardless of their physical location.

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“Netiquette” refers to rules of etiquette that apply to online communication. Follow these 15 rules of netiquette to make sure you sound respectful, polite, and knowledgeable when you post to your class’s online discussion boards. Before posting your question to a discussion board, check if anyone has asked it already and received a reply.

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Ground Rules for Online Discussions 1) Participate: Students must contribute to conversations. No stalkers or cyberspace lurks allowed. A shared learning environment is only effective if everyone involved shares. As instructors, offer points for participating in conversations. Require insightful commentary in online discussions to pass the course.

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Virtual Classrooms Rules Communication As an online student communication is a bit different than in a face-to-face setting. The difference is that most communication is via written text in an online environment. Because you are missing body language cues and immediate feedback from your “listener,” it is very important

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That’s why Moore encourages educators to switch to online classes while keeping these four rules in mind. Rule #1: Keep It Simple “Find a way to lean into your familiar routines when possible to give students a sense of continuity and comfort,” advises Moore. Routine is critical for students dealing with upheaval.

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7 Rules for Online Etiquette As an online student at Achieve Virtual, communication is a bit different than in a face-to-face setting. We pride ourselves in providing several opportunities for social interactions, but the difference is that most communication is via …

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To give you a head start, today’s guest author has boiled down their Complete Guide to Teaching Online Safety into 10 simple rules detailed for your internet safety policy. Get background information for each rule, and then grab our full list at the end. More: 10 Classroom Rules for Using Technology. 1. Keep sensitive information private.

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There is a whole set of truisms about classroom education that carries over to online education with very little change, except perhaps the need for a greater emphasis when one is on one's own. Particularly important is to prepare for each class as indicated in the syllabus, which generally means completing the required readings ahead of time

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What makes for good classroom rules??

Classroom expectations should be clear to all students. georgeclark/GETTY IMAGES Classroom rules should be clear and concise, leaving no room for students to wonder what they should be doing at any given time. Involving them in developing these rules and expectations is all the better for increasing their ownership and understanding.

What are examples of classroom rules??

What are examples of classroom rules? Classroom RulesExamples. 1. Raise your hand. 2. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. 3. Walk. 4. Treat people the way that you would like to be treated. 5. Follow directions. What rules your classroom? Some possible rules for a high school classroom include: Arrive on Time: To keep the classroom ...

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Teaching Rules in the Classroom

  1. set classroom rules together. Take the time to communicate the classroom rules from day one! ...
  2. explain why rules are necessary. Let’s face it children are not born knowing what is appropriate behavior and what rules are. ...
  3. be consistent with classroom rules. ...

What are good classroom rules for your classroom and school??

What Makes for Good Classroom Rules?

  • Try the five Ps. A teacher in our Facebook group suggested this one. ...
  • Take advice from Oprah. Or choose another celebrity or athlete who has a special connection to your students. ...
  • Focus on respect. Belen is a teacher in our First Years group on Facebook , and she puts the biggest emphasis on respect.

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