Inside of Microsoft Teams, you can create several different types of teams that provide different functionality. These include a class, PLC, staff, or a flexible fourth type for anyone.
- [Instructor] When creating a team…inside of Microsoft Teams for Education,…you'll have several different types of teams to choose from.…In this course, the main focus will be to create a team…for your class in which you can communicate,…share resources, deliver assignments,…and more with your students.…Before we get started however,…let's take a look at the different types of teams…that you can create.…The first is to create a class…in which teachers and students…can communicate and collaborate…on group projects and much more.…The second type is a PLC or Professional Learning Community.…
One of the greatest benefits of the internet for educators…is that it's so easy to connect with educators…from around the world.…This allows you to share ideas,…resources, lessons, and more.…If you don't already have a network of educators…that you're connected with,…I highly recommend doing so.…Sites like Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook…are great places to connect with educators.…And Microsoft Teams provides a great platform…
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