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 are a few different types of team that you can create, and only one of them includes the assignments, grades, and class OneNote features.
This downloadable PDF guide shows you how set up a new class from scratch so that your students will have access to all the tools they need.
Feel free to share this downloadable guide with other teachers and students.
Want to learn more about Microsoft Teams?
If you’re new to Microsoft Teams, start here. This book will give you must-have insight on chatting, file sharing, organizing teams, using video communication, and more. You’ll also see just how you should be doing things, with best-practice recommendations and ideas for integrating Microsoft Teams into your existing lesson plans.