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iReady Etiquette Policy

We want to make the remote classroom a focused and safe learning experience for all students. Please observe the following Classroom Etiquette as expected student decorum.
  1. You have agreed to abide by our decorum, etiquette, and ethos policies upon registration for class.

  2. Recording or photos of lecture are not permitted. State laws deem it illegal to record instruction without the consent of the instructor. We want all students to feel comfortable asking targeted exam questions.

  3. Lecture content is confidential and can not be posted or emailed.

  4. Student full name is required on the attendee roster. Students logged in without a name will be dismissed.

  5. Only registered students are permitted in class. The lecture must not be audited or attended by others.

  6. Students discussing or suggesting violation of Funkaar policies will be dismisses and barred from further instruction. 

  7. Arrive early and ready to learn.

  8. Instruction will not be repeated due to late arrival or if you walk away from your device. 

  9. Stay muted to avoid background noise. Unmute to ask a question or use the chat window for questions.

  10. By registering online, you are accepting Funkaar TERMS & CONDITIONS. 

Class Ethos Policy

Be Positive: 

It’s important to bear in mind that a poor attitude in class can quickly demoralize others trying to learn already dense topics. Any student ready to learn is welcome in our classes but we will not compromise our high quality learning environment for a single negative student. 


Keep it Constructive:

All course critique should be delivered in a professional tone with professional sentence structure to avoid being interpreted as openly rude. Fault finding or fishing for errors distracts focus from learning. Compliments are always welcome to balance it out. Speak only for yourself. Its inappropriate to discuss or recommend competing exam prep to class mates. 


Avoid Commanding:

Class commanding and surveys should be left to the instructor. Your role in class is as an attendee or student. Shutting down, continuing, or changing topics is determined by the instructor. We believe it’s important to maintain this hierarchy to foster a healthy learning environment specially for adult learners.


Be Tolerant:

The hundreds of tables over hundreds of pages of syllabi are updated rigorously to deliver the most up to date exam content. New tables are also generated live in class which are intended to be included in the syllabus. We find the benefits of this approach out-weigh withholding ofcontent due to minute or a small quantity of typos. Our high pass rates are indicative of the superiority of this approach. Student surveys mirror our thoughts on this. 


Don't Monopolize:

Lecture time is for all enrolled students. Ask targeted questions on the topic at hand. Scan ahead to ensure you are not jumping topics. Avoid asking excessive questions or sourced mock questions during lecture. It's best to enroll in private tutoring for individual attention. 

Don't Solicit:

Do not solicit other students for email addresses or lecture notes. Respect the privacy of other attendees. 

Students are not permitted to conduct class surveys.

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