a Memoria Press Classical Curriculum Homeschool Tutorial
HLN Code of Conduct
We cheerfully and promptly obey the authority under which we are placed.
We may appeal respectfully and courteously. We do not argue or negotiate.
We love and honor one another.
We give encouragement to each other.
We do not point out the shortcomings of others in order to build ourselves up.
We tell the truth.
We do not disrespect the classroom and teacher by passing notes or otherwise interrupting.
We do not spread rumors or gossip.
We will not make excuses for our wrong actions but will admit them.
We avoid cliques, clubs, or games that exclude others.
When others are sorry, we forgive them.
When others are sad, we comfort them.
When we have work to do, we do it without complaining.
If we make a mess, we clean it up.
We treat one another with respect and patience.
Decorum for Live Classes:
Like an in-person HLN classroom, our online classrooms are informed by traditional pedagogy. A knowledgeable, enthusiastic teacher carefully leads students into an understanding of each subject. Classrooms are quiet, orderly, and disciplined. Lessons are incremental, content is age-appropriate.
Log in several minutes early to ensure you are ready to start on time.
Come ready to participate fully.
Use your real name on the screen.
Use an unmodified background.
Be in dress code.
Turn your video on so your teacher can see you.
Raise your hand for permission to speak.
Have your device on a flat service, preferably at eye level.
Students’ full attention should be on the class and they should not communicate virtually during class on other devices with classmates or others (e.g. texting on a phone while in class on another device, or in another open window in the device).
Be prepared with class materials and pens/pencils/highlighters before class.