There are some occasions when you want to allow students to join your class Team themselves, rather than manually adding them. Maybe there’s a cocurricular activity you’re running or an event that you’re organising, and you’re not sure which students will want to join.
TEN SECOND TIPS
We all know the feeling. You’ve put hours of work into uploading resources, providing feedback to students, creating tabs linking to all your best lesson recordings, and them bam! It’s all gone.
Did you know you can theme each of your classes in Microsoft Teams?
Well, at time of writing the word “theme” is a bit strong. As far as I can see all this changes is your classes icon, but I’m sure Microsoft has good intentions for and is intending to beef out the theming options in the near future.
Conversations in your Microsoft Teams class should of course be encouraged! But very occasionally there are one or two students who can’t be trusted, which is especially difficult to deal with when distance learning.