Establishing Norms for Remote Learning

Think about the activities you typically do during the first week of the school year.  At the beginning of a new school year or semester, time is taken to discuss expectations that include how we should behave in class and around others. We create an understating of what is appropriate in the classroom These are class norms.  

Many schools are starting this school year remotely. Remember, remote learning refers to a class that intends to meet face-to face in a traditional format, but is transitioned or started online due to unforeseen circumstances. In our current situation, creating norms may provide a sense of normalcy in this uncertain time. Below are some suggestions for developing and maintaining norms for your remote classroom.

Developing Norms with Students

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