For the most part, teachers have been accustomed to quieting their students during online class discussions. Some of them would have a virtual version of what could have been the normal classroom set up in the school. The students are also used to all these. Perhaps, little by little, everyone has had a good adjustment over the new realities in teaching and learning.
Now that the months have tested the flexibility of online distance learning, teachers have to be more precise and accurate with online assessments. From test creation to adjusting settings and aplying restrictions, these are a few things that teachers have to do to make sure that online assessments are credible and uphold integrity.