Editor’s Note: The following post is an assignment from the La Salle faculty training course Collaboration Online Plus. In this assignment, course participants are tasked with redesigning an face-to-face lesson for the online environment. Please show support to your fellow Lasallians by leaving your feedback on their ideas in the comments section below this post.
Please understand that there is a certain type of etiquette that must be upheld in the class when posting in discussion areas and when turning in college work. With that being said:
What behaviors do you think are appropriate in the classroom/on-line setting? Is there a way students should post and respond to each others post? Lets establish etiquette.
Using the whiteboard tools, identify at least two forms of classroom etiquette. You may use the text tool, draw pictures, or do anything that will tell us what your expectations are.
If someone post before you, you can not repeat that choice.
Once everyone has post. Each student must identify their top three etiquette. Explain the reason for each of your choices.