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Edmodo A Student Guide on Netiquette
Edmodo looks like social networking sites…
But it is for school.
You should talk about…
A few tips on netiquette:
No txting lingo. We r ur teachers…show us that u have learned how 2 spell.
DO NOT PUT SENTENCES IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS.
Do not end sentences with more than one exclamation mark!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Or question mark????????????
Please please please do not repeat a word more than necessary.
Post a note to the whole group if your question is about something the whole group should know (assignments, instructions, dates, etc.)
Send a note only to your teacher if you want to talk about something that doesn’t relate to everyone.
Don’t post personal questions to the group. Keep conversations on topic.
If you’re not sure if a word or joke is okay, then it’s probably not. Refrain from posts that tease, bully, annoy, spam, or gossip about any other members.
If you think there is something inappropriate posted in an Edmodo group, tell a teacher immediately.
Good rule of thumb: If you wouldn’t say it to your teacher or another student in front of your principal, don’t type it.
Give a thumbs-up or thumbs-down to show whether these examples are good uses of Edmodo.
“I don’t understand #3 on the homework. What is the answer?”
“I don’t understand #3 on the homework. What strategy did you guys use?”
“Anyone on here? I’m bored.”
“What day is our test?”
“I’m going to dress up as a giant M&M for Halloween. What are you guys going to do?”
“I was absent today. What did I miss?”
“Tyler is soooo cute. I love the way he flips his hair like Justin Beiber did before he got it cut.”
“Let’s all go online at 6:00 to study for the test tomorrow.”
“Hey everyone! Wuzup!?!?!?”
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