The rules of good behavior online. Everyone could use a little Netiquette. School rules and communication tools.

Student Netiquette Rules Guidelines for Good Education

Student Netiquette Rules

Student Netiquette Rules. They are the common conventions of people in the acquisition of knowledge. the social code of learning from a teacher. Students acquire knowledge through in a formal setting from teachers.

Providers of knowledge facilitate the acquisition. Their instruction should be respected and followed. Guidelines for doing so are Netiquette rules.

Online learning is a valuable component of education. Education is the fourth layer of Internet Etiquette. These rules for students are a sub-category. These rules are primarily for grades kindergarten through high school physical classrooms.


1. Permission

Ask permission to use websites that are not suggested. More »

2. Conduct

Use good conduct online. Follow the school rules and do not friend adults. More »

3. Educational Content

Do not surf adult sites while participating in educational activity. Teacher approved content is recommended. More »

4. Use A Handle

Create a username, handle, for engagement with contacts outside of education. More »

5. Addresses Are Private

Keep your address physical address private to avoid unwanted contact. More »

6. No Phone Number

Refrain from revealing your telephone number to anyone for any reason. More »

7. No Social Chat Rooms In Class

Stay away from unrelated chat rooms not moderated by teachers or assistants. More »

8. Report Bullying

Report cyber bullies because it helps make cyberspace safe for everyone. More »

9. Ask To Email

Ask your teachers permission before emailing contacts in or about class or school. More »

Audio Visual Video

Published on May 16, 2015 | 0:28 Seconds | Science and Technology

An introduction to Student Netiquette. Keywords, graphics, and symbols.


David Chiles

Student Internet Guidelines

Published on October 24,2011 | 1:23 Minutes | Science and Technology

Students use the internet in education. A student at a University or College relies on the internet to study. High school students are taught how to use internet resources for school work. Netiquette is the social code of the internet. This video is about the rules of netiquette for students using the internet.


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