|Computers in the classroom have made teachers more accessible than ever thanks to email. Communication with colleagues, parents, and others has been made much simpler and efficient. In this Technology Tip we want to review some basic guidelines for good email communication. These tips are derived from three sources that you might want to check out on your own: 10 Rules of Email Etiquette for Teachers at PLB, Email Etiquette for Students from Purdue, 12 Tips for Better Email from Microsoft Office.|
For Teachers (and other professionals):
PRACTICE ACTIVITY: Just think about your own email usage for a few seconds. Are there any emails you wish you had never sent?
TO KEEP ON LEARNING: To find out more about the best practices to use when writing email try searching the internet for:
History of email
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