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Essential Etiquettes of Students for Online Meetings

Etiquettes play a crucial role in ensuring that online meetings for school students run smoothly and create a positive and respectful environment. Here are some essential etiquettes for online meetings:

  1. Be Punctual: Join the online meeting on time. Avoid being late, just as you would in a physical classroom.
  2. Dress Appropriately: Dress as you would for a regular school day to maintain a professional and focused mindset during the online meeting.
  3. Find a Quiet Space: Choose a quiet and well-lit location for the meeting to minimize distractions and ensure clear communication.
  4. Mute Your Microphone: Keep your microphone muted when not speaking to prevent background noise from disrupting the meeting.
  5. Raise Your Hand: Use the virtual “Raise Hand” feature or politely ask for the teacher’s attention before speaking to maintain order during discussions.
  6. Stay Engaged: Be actively involved in the meeting by participating in discussions and answering questions when prompted.
  7. Respectful Communication: Speak politely and respectfully to teachers and fellow students, just as you would in a face-to-face setting.
  8. Stay Focused: Avoid multitasking or engaging in unrelated activities during the meeting. Pay attention to the discussion and tasks at hand.
  9. Use Appropriate Language: Use language that is appropriate for an academic setting and avoid using slang or offensive words.
  10. Follow Instructions: Listen carefully to instructions given by the teacher and follow them accordingly.
  11. Privacy and Permissions: Respect the privacy of others by not recording or sharing the online meeting without proper permission.
  12. Internet Etiquette: Avoid interrupting or talking over others. Allow others to finish speaking before contributing to the discussion.
  13. Be Patient: In case of technical difficulties, remain patient and follow the teacher’s guidance to resolve the issue.
  14. Leave Politely: If you need to leave the meeting early, inform the teacher beforehand and leave discreetly to minimize disruption.
  15. Follow School Rules: Adhere to your school’s specific guidelines and policies regarding online meetings and virtual classrooms.

By practicing these etiquettes, school students can create a respectful and productive virtual learning environment that benefits everyone involved in the online meetings.

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