"The Rules" and The New Rules

As many have leaped into an online learning micro-environment, we find ourselves and our students still needing to review our rules. Although our students are adults, their special needs conditions make some of the rules, that grade schools and secondary school classrooms have, still necessary. One of the teachable moments in our online teaching experience is that we get to teach online etiquette, and especially ZOOM etiquette, to our clients. These are skills we find that most of the public, not just delayed neurological students, are in need of. We are emphasizing being present, turning off distracting media and background sounds, and, of course, the normal C.A.M.P. University boundaries to keep our classmates safe and productive.

The C.A.M.P. Rules


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