Betterchalk Code of Conduct
Thank you for joining the Betterchalk's learning community. Our platform features learners from diverse backgrounds and our goal is to ensure everyone, regardless of background enjoys a positive learning experience on the platform.
The below code of conduct reflects the values of the Betterchalk platform and community and are to be a guide for the way interactions should take place on the platform.
Betterchalk reserves the right to suspend or delete any account that does not comply with this code of conduct.
- All course tasks are to be completed independently to get the most value from the course. While collaboration is encouraged on the platform, you shouldnt copy or use another person's code or solution to complete the course tasks.
Collaboration with other students
- Be respectful: Abusive, defamatory or offensive content are strictly prohibited.
- Do not attempt to sell or offer commercial services on the platform.
- The course community channels should only be used for the purpose of collaborating with other students to request and offer course support or share relevant, helpful content.
- Ask good questions that makes it easy for others to help you. See our How to ask good questions guide below
- Discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated, whether based on a person's race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, social or economic class, educational level, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, or mental or physical ability.
- When discussing/debating approaches or potential solutions, attack ideas not people.
How to ask good questions
Asking questions is an important part of life. It's how we learn, get clarity and make progress. Knowing how to ask good questions is a critical skill, especially in specific situations such as an online/remote environment.
- You increase your chances of getting a good reply, quickly.
- You save other people time.
- You help others in the future with similar or related questions.
Do these 3 things to make your questions better: