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Distance Learning - Netiquette

Netiquette - the correct or acceptable way of communicating on the Internet
 

In distance learning it's essential that everyone behaves appropriately. It is important to adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life. It's not just students who have to follow those procedures, the adults do as well. As a quick reminder, when you're online, be sure to:

 

  • Use respectful behavior and language.  
  • Stick to appropriate topic discussions. 
  • Send only appropriate video transmissions.  
  • Use only the appropriate icon, emoji, and avatar submissions.
  • Wear school appropriate clothing if you are attending meetings via video.
  • Be honest and do not plagiarize or copy others’ work -- in other words, use academic integrity.
  • Not falsify information about yourself or impersonate others online.

 

When everyone remembers to act kindly, show consideration for others, and treat one another online as you wish to be treated in person, we'll all be able to focus on learning.

 

Netiquette

 
Think

Students

 

Be Kind & Respectful

 

Use Appropriate Word Choices

 

Use a Conversation Voice

 

Online Recording and Screen Shots with Permission Only

 

Be Present and Collaborative

 

Be Polite and Wait Your Turn

 

Be a Leader

 
 
 
 

Parents

 

Monitor Online Behavior

 

Be There for Your Child

 

Support the Teacher

 

Expect Good Behavior

 

Set Boundaries and Rules

 

Talk/Email with the Teacher

 

Encourage Good Choices

 

Give your Child Feedback

 

Report Alarming Behavior

 

Check in with your Child

ESUSD - Student Acceptable Use Policy For Electronic Resources