A short tutorial for teachers to begin using Microsoft Teams for online teaching/training.
✅ Introduction 0:00
✅ Create your Teams Account 00:26
To use Teams, head over to teams.microsoft.com and sign in to your Microsoft account, or create an account for free.
✅ Teams Interface 01:30
There are so many things you can do within Teams. The ribbon on the side is where you can navigate through each piece of the Teams platform.
✅ Creating a Team 02:40
On the bottom of the page on the Teams tab, click "Join or Create a New Team." Give the Team a name and add your students by typing in their names or emails. Now, this Team appears on your homepage and you can begin creating different channels with the drop-down menu on the side.
✅ Schedule a Meeting 03:40
To schedule a class, you can click on the New Meeting button in the Calendar tab and insert all of your information. To give this information to your students, you can add their emails into the Required Attendees section, add the whole class with the General channel from the team you want, or copy and paste the info into an email to send out to them.
✅ Start your Meeting 05:14
Once you click Join and have entered the meeting, you will see a toolbar at the bottom of the screen. There are many different features for you to customize your call and stay connected with your participants.
✅ Screen Sharing 06:54
With Teams you can share parts of your screen, the whole desktop, and even directly open PPT or other Microsoft files right in Teams. A simplified version of MS Whiteboard is also integrated into Teams as well.
✅ Upcoming Features with Teams 08:50
The ability for students to raise their hands during the class and a Participant Report are now released.
In this video on Microsoft Teams, we look at everything there is to learn about assignments in Microsoft teams. Check out the timestamps to find specific topics within assignments and share with a friend. In this video:
0:10 Why use assignments for online teaching?
0:23 Open Microsoft Teams and find Assignments
0:47 Find Assignments in the General Channel
1:10 Set your very first assignment (assignment, quiz, reuse assignment)
1:40 Fill out the assignment details (Title description, format the instructions)
2:20 Hyperlinks within the instructions (Link to sources)
2:30 Upload or add resources (Files)
3:08 Create a new file from within the assignment resource options
3:25 File permissions (View the File, Edit own copy)
4:10 Adding points or grading
4:15 Adding and using a rubric to save time when grading
5:35 Who gets assigned the work?
5:50 Set a Due date and Time.
6:00 Difference between Due Date and Close date
7:20 How to schedule assignments for publishing later
8:00 An overview of all your set, completed and draft assignments
8:10 See which students have completed their work
8:33 Students View: What does the assignment look like to our students?
9:15 Rubric to guide and inform the student
9:28 Opening a document from within the assignment in Teams
9:45 Edit the document embedded in Teams(Open in Browser)
10:15 Accessibility Mode and Immersive reader within Assignments
11:00 Students turn in his/her work
11:16 Teacher View: Grading work, returning work and giving feedback
Students Guide to Microsoft Teams - Introducing your new Virtual Classroom. Microsoft Teams, the new communication / collaboration platform in Office 365, and a powerful tool for educators.
This video explains how to find your new Virtual Classroom in Microsoft Teams, how to communicate within the Classroom using Posts, and how to find resources stored within the files section. Timestamps:
00:25 Navigating around Teams
01:04 Finding your classes in the Teams Tab
01:33 Class Channels
02:21 Navigating around your class group
03:00 Posts Tab
03:21 Rules for posting
06:04 Files Tab
In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how you can use the new breakout rooms in Microsoft Teams. Use breakout rooms to break into small groups during meetings. You can open and close rooms more than once during a session or move participants between rooms. Only meeting organizers can create and manage Breakout Rooms. 👋
Additional resources: - Microsoft Support Article on breakout rooms: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/o...
0:27 Create breakout rooms
1:29 Manually assign participant to room
2:23 Recreate breakout rooms
2:56 Re-assign participants to new rooms
3:30 Room settings 4:18 Start rooms
5:09 Join room as organizer
5:44 Make an announcement
6:33 Close rooms
7:24 Review breakout room output
7:56 Wrap up
Want to get the most out of Teams? Here are some of our favourite tips and tricks when using Microsoft Teams! Here is what you will learn in this video:
Tip#1 - Post and Email to Teams (0:27)
Tip#2 - Bookmark content in Teams (1:16)
Tip#3 - Add Title to a Group Chat (1:56)
Tip#4 - Add Connectors (2:22)
Tip#5 - Recording Transcripts (2:53)
Tip#6 - Add Applications (3:38)
Tip#7 - Shortcuts & Commands (4:18)
Tip#8 - It's NOT just for Teamwork (5:42)
Due to the #Covid19 #Coronavirus outbreak, many schools and colleges are working on contingency plans to prepare for possible closures. With Microsoft Teams, you can quickly and easily teach your lessons live, remotely so nobody has to miss out on valuable learning time. This video walks you through the steps you need to take to get up and running with remote teaching.
Part 2 of teaching remotely with Microsoft Teams
Invite guests from outside of your organization to your meetings in Microsoft Teams and how to embed webpages into Teams sites.
We're back with some of the newest and best features of Microsoft Teams. From customizing your Team's work environment, to making your meeting spaces more inclusive, this video will highlight 6 of Microsoft's Teams must know features.
#1 - Customizing your Teams Environment: 1:10
#2 - Turning on Channel Notifications: 2:54
#3 - Creating Private Channels: 4:25
#4 - Turning on Live Captions: 6:21
#5 - Pinning Channels: 7:29
#6 - Creating and Posting Announcements: 8:33
Want to know how to work in Microsoft Teams? This video will show you how to get more work done in Microsoft's Collaboration Application, Teams. Teams is not just for team work.
Tip #1: Files View (0:59) - Work on your personal files within Microsoft Teams.
Tip #2: Your OneDrive (2:36) - Work on your OneDrive files within Microsoft Teams.
Tip #3: Different ways to edit files (3:05) - Choose which way to work on your files.
Tip #4: Ellipses View (4:15) - Access your Planner and OneNote views to see a personal view of those apps.
In this video I will show you an overview of how to use Microsoft Forms in Microsoft Teams. Create Forms inside Teams or add them to your teams later. It's all possible with Forms and Teams Together.
0:35 Two ways of integrating Forms into Microsoft Teams
1:00 Link Microsoft Forms to Microsoft Teams
1:20 Create a new Form from inside Microsoft Teams
1:40 Question types available in Microsoft Forms
2:20 Preview your Forms (Desktop view and Mobile view)
2:35 Immersive Reader inside Forms
3:15 Edit your Form with multiple people
3:26 Co-Teacher view: Edit the form
3:55 Different ways of sharing (Link, QR, Embed or Email)
4:35 Fill out the forms (Co-Teacher view)
4:50 Get an overview of the Form responses 5:25 Share a Form created outside of Teams 5:40 Add an existing form
6:23 Student View: Fill out the form
6:55 View the Student Response in Microsoft Forms
7:15 My Forms or Shared Forms (Where are they?)