Norm: (n) a standard or pattern, especially of social behavior, that is typical or expected of a group; a criterion; a measure
-Raise your hand and wait to be recognized when you’d like to speak.
-Address adults and your peers in a respectful manner.
-Avoid using all uppercase letters on online threads (such is equivalent to shouting).
-Respect yourself and others.
-Be forgiving and show grace.
-Be prepared to learn.
-Minimize background noise.
-Mute your microphone if you’re not being asked to speak.
-Do not engage in extraneous behavior (ie: texting while online, playing with toys, visiting other unrelated sites, talking on the phone, playing with siblings or pets, etc.).
Maintain Proper Etiquette
-Remain formal while online.
-Communicate properly; grammar and spelling matter; do not type as if you’re texting or speaking to your friends.
-Do not type extraneous messages or comments on online threads/Ensure that all comments pertain to the lesson.
-Do not post or share (even privately) inappropriate material.
-Put forth your best effort.
-Be conscientious about the neatness of your work.
-Display good character.
-Recycle a positive attitude.
-Study without being nudged.
-Maintain a proper diet and sleep schedule.
-Develop grit; be tenacious; DO NOT give up; PUSH THROUGH!
-Be kind and gentle with yourself.
*This list is not exhaustive should a situation not listed arise.