Teaching with MSTeams


An guide to support teaching with Microsoft teams (MS Teams)

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

Microsoft Teams can be a very powerful educational tool for interactive and collaborative courses. From the authors “Who is MS teams for?
*If you’re looking for lots of interaction between you and your students, and to allow students to have a ready made platform for collaboration
*If you want your learning environment to feel more like a “team” rather than a clear separation between teacher and student
*If you are looking for a collaborative learning platform that helps foster strong student-teacher and student-student relationships
*If you want a platform that better simulates a professional workforce environment”

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