This PDF guide shows you how to manage student permissions in your Microsoft Teams classes. Once you’ve following this guide you will be able to: Allow or disallow students to create or edit channels. Allow or disallow students to create private channels. Allow or disallow students to delete and store channels. Allow or disallow students […]
This guide shows you how to post messages and create exciting and attractive announcements to share with your students. Don’t just stick with boring text! Liven up your messages with colour, images, backgrounds, and even animations! Feel free to share this downloadable guide with other teachers and students.
For schools, the Microsoft Teams apps are free, and you can install them on almost any device you own. This downloadable PDF guide shows you how to install Microsoft Teams on your Windows or Mac desktop and laptop, access Teams through a web browser, and install the mobile apps on your iPhone, iPad, and Android […]
There are several ways you can add a student to your Microsoft Teams class. You can add then manually, populate them from your school MIS system, or have them search for a public team. But sometimes you might want to give your students the option to join your team directly without providing general access to […]
Hopefully, your timetabled class teams will already have been created for you by your school’s IT team, but sometimes it’s useful to create your own. You might, for example, need a team for an extra-curricular activity, to organise a school event, or for your chess club. Whatever the reason, it’s important to know that there […]