Virtual Classroom Expectations and Work from Home Habits for Remote Learning
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Help students review virtual classroom procedures, routines, and expectations with this editable lesson. This resource is perfect for individual students that are at home for quarantine, or you can share these presentations with teachers, staff, and groups of students to get everyone on board with remote learning etiquette and virtual classroom expectations. Students will also review best practices for working from home.
Includes 2 editable Google Slides presentations:
- Distance Learning Etiquette and Expectations
- School Work from Home Habits
- Being Present
- Eliminating Distractions
- Finding a Designated Workspace
Completely editable to meet your school's needs!
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