If you teacher a lot of classes, Microsoft Teams can quickly become a disorganised mess of Teams and groups. What makes it worse, is that when the academic year rolls over, you can end up with loads of old and archived Teams classes cluttering up your view. This short guide shows you how to best […]
Microsoft Teams has a really slick workflow for setting, marking and giving feedback on assignments. And if you combine Teams with your OneNote class notebook it can make the process even smoother for both teachers and students.
The first time you access a Microsoft Teams class for the first time, there are a few steps you need to take to ensure all of your teaching resources are ready. This guide runs through setting up you OneNote class notebook for the first time, preparing the assignments tab, and getting your classes ready to […]
It’s really easy to copy and paste text and images from most applications into Microsoft Teams to share with your students. You can even use the built in Snip & Sketch app within Windows 10 to quickly take and annotate screenshots to share in Teams. Below is a quick guide on how best to do […]
In April 2020, Microsoft Teams will feature an update which will allow you to popout chat messages into a separate windows. This much needed update will allow teachers and students to follow along chat messages in one window while watching a presentation, carrying out a video conference or completing an assignment in another. To pop […]