TERMS AND CONDITION
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Students should log into their course(s) daily to keep up with the course materials. Teachers and administration can track the students’ activities online.
If an unexpected situation such as illness should arise, and there is an extended leave from the online programme, it is the student's responsibility to contact the teacher immediately.
Students are required to complete all makeup work once they return to class.
EASY SCHOOL LOG IN
Students are required to log into the Easy School System to get assignments and meeting ID for Zoom lesson. Your login information will be sent to you once you are registered. The Easy School System is an essential component of the Olumawu Online Learning Programme. This is where you will find all the information on the student’s progress.
Students are expected to complete all assignments.
For Secondary students, on Friday's, a link to a Google Doc assessment will be sent to you. The assessments are timed; therefore, once a student starts the assessment, they must complete it on the first attempt. They will not be able to stop and start the assessment. All assessments must be completed by the end of the day on Sunday.
ZOOM CLASS SESSIONS
The Zoom class sessions are an essential component of the Olumawu Online Learning Programme. They provide the needed interaction of a traditional live class. Given the constraints of the medium, all participants in the Zoom class sessions are expected to adhere to the following rules and expectations to ensure the best possible learning environment.
Enter your proper name in the Zoom system before entering the class. Students entering without the proper name will be removed from the class. If the name is changed during the session, the student will be removed from the class.
Never enter or attempt to enter a Zoom session fraudulently using the name of another student.
Never enter a Zoom session for a class that is not part of the regular timetable.
Class meeting IDs are not shared with others outside of the class. Students should only use the meeting IDs that pertain to the classes on their timetable.
The background for a Zoom session must be the student’s setting and not a virtual image. This setting must be appropriate to the other participants and offer enough light for the student’s face to be visible.
Never share the Zoom ID with someone who is not enrolled in the programme. If this is done, the student will be dismissed from programme immediately.
Arrive on time for the class session. The student will be admitted automatically.
Report to Zoom sessions properly groomed and dressed. Students should not be in their pajamas or have on inappropriate attire in the Zoom room.
Zoom is a virtual classroom; therefore, hoodies or baseball caps may not be worn during class.
The device being used should be identified by the student’s full name, which is the name the teacher will see on the Zoom profile. Changing your name to something inappropriate is unacceptable behavior and will be addressed immediately.
Students must have the camera active upon entry to the room. If saving data is an issue, students can turn off the camera after attendance is taken.
Posture before the camera must be conducive to active learning and participation (e.g., no reclining). The student’s full face must be visible in the camera frame.
As expected of any class interaction, participants are to treat each other with courtesy and respect.
If you would like to speak or answer a question, use the “Raise Hand” feature.
The teacher will acknowledge you and unmute you.
You will only be able to chat with your teacher in the chat.
Offensive or inappropriate language is not to used in any form of communication. This extends to emails, discussion postings, group projects, and assignments, which may be part of or an extension of the Zoom interaction.
Use of any profanity - written, drawn, displayed, or spoken - during a meeting is unacceptable.
It is unacceptable to take screenshots or screen recordings of virtual classrooms without explicit permission from the teacher and class members.
BREAKOUT ROOM PARTICIPATION
Once you enter the breakout room, unmute your microphone, assign group roles: group leader, recorder, presenter, and timekeeper.
Once the roles are assigned, mute your system and only unmute the system with the group leader gives you the okay.
Only speak when the group leader allows you to speak.
Participate in the group discussion and complete the task assigned.
When you return to the class, me attentive and ready to participate.
DISCIPLINARY ACTION FOR UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR
Disruptions to a Zoom session may lead to the removal of the student from a remote learning session for part or the entire session.
Students with an unexcused absence or who are removed from a Zoom session for disruptive behavior may not receive any credit for the activity, classwork, assessment, or participation that took place during his absence.
Repeated disruption will be reported to the Senior Management Team supervisor and may lead to suspension from Zoom class sessions altogether.
Students may face immediate suspension or expulsion from Olumawu Online Learning for any of the following major infractions:
Entering a meeting fraudulently.
Creating negative images of meetings using screenshots or screen recordings of faculty, staff, or administration.
Using profanity or obscenities in any form.
Verbal or physical abuse in the form of intimidation, harassment, or threatening behavior directed toward the teacher, fellow students or administrative staff
Any student found plagiarizing or cheating may have his/her grade for the assignment/assessment lowered.
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