Are you new to Teams or not quite sure about the right places to do things?
We have created a simple overview below for some of your key educator actions!
Have group discussions, video calls and praise students. Great for communicating with your class.
Individual student work folders for any work that requires constant feedback between student and teacher throughout the academic year (e.g. class work or coursework).
3. Class Notebook
A student exercise book. Each student has their own section and can create pages with content (just like a real-life exercise book). The teacher can see all students section and can virtually stick their head over the student’s shoulder to see what they have written in their exercise book. There is also a content library for the teacher to add notes.
Set assessed work, hand out work to students, collect submissions and mark.
This is a grade book linked to the assignments. See all the assignments set throughout an academic year or all the assignments set for an individual student throughout the academic year.
6. Long term resources
Access long term student facing resources in your centralised resource bank. Saves time by not having to upload your resources into each class that you teach and share resources with your department. Department heads can check on the quality of these centralised resources.
7. Insights (optional – add as tab)
Measure student engagement with statistics.
8. Breakout Groups (optional – add as channels)
Create breakout groups so students can work together on projects. These can be private channels on visible by the students added or open to the whole class.
Please note that the student folders and long term resource tab is a feature provided by Cloud Design Box to help save teachers time and make it easier to work in Class Teams automated from MIS (SIS) data. You can contact us here.