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Communicate and Collaborate with your students using Microsoft Teams

Introduction

Learning made easy

Students, teachers, and staff can seamlessly work together, create
content, and share resources all from a single, easy-to-learn and simple
to use platform.

This is Teams for Education

Collaboration

Co-author files and share resources with built-in Office 365 apps.

Communication

Stay connected with persistent chat, channel conversations, and
meetings.

Personalization

Personalize Teams with your favourite education and organization tools.

Tutorials

Teams for Education Quick Start Guide

Module 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Teams

Microsoft listened to school leaders, teachers, IT and even students from
around the world to create a whole new classroom experience built into
Office 365. The classroom experiences in Microsoft Teams build on
existing Office 365 apps. It saves educators time by making learning
more personalized, integrated and accessible inside and outside the
classroom.

Module 2: Professional Learning Communities (PLC’s) meet
Microsoft Teams

PLCs are most effective when there is an organized way to meet, learn,
and grow professionally. Microsoft Teams provides that medium to bring
educators together in person or virtually so they can discuss, share,
learn and grow professionally all the while keeping resources and
communications at the educator’s fingertips.

Module 3: Manage teacher workflow in Microsoft Teams

Educators are constantly looking for ways to minimize the amount of
time spent on the many administrative tasks that take valuable time
away from working with students. This module will provide ideas and
suggestions to help educators manage their daily workflow (classroom
practices) easily using Microsoft Teams.

Module 4: Creating a class

Understanding channels, uploading, using and reusing course material

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Updated on November 17, 2020

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