Get Started with Teams

How can I better connect with my students while dealing with the restrictions of COVID-19? One option, which is included in your Office 365 account, is Microsoft Teams.

Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, assignments, and apps together in one place, letting teachers create vibrant learning environments. Build collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, and connect with colleagues—all from a single experience.


What is Teams and how could I use it to reach my students?

Take a look at this video and imagine the ways you might be able to harness the power of technology and connection.

Want to jump right in there?

Check out the Teams Awesome Quick Start Guide.

Need a little more guidance to get started?

Watch an on-demand webinar and learn how to get started with Teams.

Teams Introduction for Educators and Staff
Duration: 60 Minutes

Tracking Teams Meeting Attendance

Learn how to track attendance in your Teams Meeting. Please note, this is for your own purposes. Tracking attendance in a Teams meeting does not interface with Schoology Attendance.

To dive in even deeper, Microsoft has put together their top resources on distance learning.

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Quickly get started with tools to connect remotely and engage your students in Office 365. 

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The ultimate cheat sheet right at your fingertips. Download the Microsoft Teams quick start guide for EDU.

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Learn how to get started with Teams using these webinars designed for educators.

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Free training for creating your online classroom in Office 365. Get started. Visit the Family Learning Center for a collection of free family-led educational activities.

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Share best practices and connect with peers from all over the globe who are enabling remote learning with Teams. Sign up today.

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Make remote learning effective and engaging with Microsoft resources.
Top tips for sudden home-school facilitator.
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