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Creative Classroom Group
Take one, leave one!
Giving as much as you
take is not only good
community etiquette, it’s
what enables you to
continue as...
Doesn’t matter how
excited you are about
your topic, there’s never
a need for entire
sentences of all caps text.
The use o...
Respect Privacy and
Original Ideas
Remember that culture
influences
communication style
and practices. Be
sensitive to cul...
Share Your Expertise
If someone asks a
question, and you have
an answer, please take
the time to provide that
information
Creative classroom Group wishes you a really creative
experience!
Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette
Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette
Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette
Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette
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Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette

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Creative classroom eTwinning Group Netiquette

  1. 1. Creative Classroom Group
  2. 2. Take one, leave one! Giving as much as you take is not only good community etiquette, it’s what enables you to continue asking for help from the community. Follow-up and respond in the discussions you have started taking part in the forums and blog posts!
  3. 3. Doesn’t matter how excited you are about your topic, there’s never a need for entire sentences of all caps text. The use of all caps is generally understood to signify yelling or anger. When you first enter a domain that’s new to you, take a look around, read what’s going on before taking an active role.
  4. 4. Respect Privacy and Original Ideas Remember that culture influences communication style and practices. Be sensitive to cultural differences, weaknesses in the ability to express oneself in written language and differences in terminology.
  5. 5. Share Your Expertise If someone asks a question, and you have an answer, please take the time to provide that information
  6. 6. Creative classroom Group wishes you a really creative experience!

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