Inside of Microsoft Teams, you can schedule meetings with one or more people. The meetings page in Microsoft teams allows you to view any upcoming meetings that you have created inside of the Teams application or in Microsoft Outlook.
- [Instructor] When in a conversation tab,…you have the ability to start an impromptu…or on demand meeting.…You also have the ability however to schedule meetings.…In order to do this I'm going to navigate…to the sidebar on the left-hand side,…and select Meetings.…First, you'll notice that this is a handy organizer…that allows you to see any upcoming meetings…that you have scheduled.…It will also incorporate any meetings…that you have scheduled in Outlook as well.…In my case, nothing appears,…because I haven't scheduled any meetings yet.…I'm going to go ahead and schedule a couple meetings though.…
First I'll schedule a meeting in the Genetics study group.…So what I want to do is to go to the bottom…and click on Schedule a meeting.…This will bring up a popup box that allows me…to start creating it.…So in other words here I'm going to put…Genetics Exam Study Session,…and this is one that I'll partake in…so I can answer questions in realtime…if students have them.…Here for the location it will be in Microsoft Team Meetings.…
Join Oliver Schinkten as helps you get started using Microsoft Teams for your classroom. He shows how to organize your class and classwork using channels and tabs, and then demonstrates how to add and manage learning activities. He covers working with students, the grading process, and communicating using meetings and chat sessions. He also explains how to integrate with OneNote Notebooks to create lessons plans that can be quickly disseminated to students.
- Accessing Microsoft Teams
- Creating a class
- Customizing class settings
- Adding students to a class
- Adding tabs and channels
- Adding resources using connectors
- Chatting with students
- Managing student communication
- Starting a meeting
- Getting alerts about activities
- Sharing files and resources
- Distributing and grading assignments