Teaching Online: Easy to Use Digital Classroom Expectations

The use of technology has become more prevalent at home and school. It has become increasingly evident that boundaries need to be set for student expectations while online.  As educators, we can provide those boundaries/expectations during live (synchronous) instruction.  Just like we would teach our students about boundaries and expectations within a physical classroom, we can also do it during live instruction. Resources, such as Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship curriculum and digital Online Classroom Expectations posters, are great tools to use.

Arabic female teacher working with children online school during pandemic teaching online classroom expectations

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