1- Profile and organization of the courses
2 – Punctuality
3 – Mobile phone usage
4 – Camera use on Zoom
5 – Students both with and without the need for visas. Attendance to courses
6 – Language of use
7 – Continuous assessment and final exams
8 – Eating in class
9 – Respect and care for the educational space
10 – Respect for the environment
Points to consider: Sanctions will have an educational and reparative character. They will ensure respect for all students and their rights, always seeking, to the extent possible, the agreement and understanding between the affected parties. Their primary goal will be to repair the harm caused and to teach the student about the consequences of their actions, offering the opportunity to learn and grow from such an experience.
The Bcnlip Management will apply the sanctions they deem appropriate, taking into account various factors to ensure a fair and proportional response to the offense committed. Some are:
- Age of the student: The sanction will focus more on education and correction than on penalization.
- Personal, family, and/or social circumstances: The individual circumstances of the student, including their family and/or social environment, will be taken into consideration to evaluate and determine the appropriate response.
- Mitigating factors: Some actions can reduce the severity of the offense committed. These can include acknowledging the offense, repairing the harm caused, apologizing, and/or performing tasks within the school setting that demonstrate a willingness to make amends.
- Aggravating factors: Certain actions can increase the severity of the offense, including premeditation, planning, and/or recurrence; indifference to them, and when the actions harm or damage fellow students and/or members of the educational community. Any form of discrimination will be considered severe.
Offenses and sanctions