Learn How To Use Microsoft Teams This Summer!

Are you searching for one application that you can use to create not just the complete digital classroom, but one that can bring together all staff members of an entire school district?

This summer, the team at Microsoft EDU has launched a completely new version of Microsoft Teams that I'm extremely excited about.

Microsoft Teams is a cloud-based collaboration application that brings together all of your favorite Office 365 applications and seamlessly integrates them with a ton of amazing 3rd party applications that your students are already using today!

What's New In Microsoft Teams?

This summer, Teams is launching more than a dozen new features including:

  • A Simplified and New Interface using visual tiles in a grid view
  • A NEW Gradebook featuring a Grade Sync which easily connects your classroom to PowerSchool
  • An easy way to import OneNote Class Notebooks
  • Additional Sharing Settings
  • Additional 3rd Party Integrations

How Do I Get Started Using Microsoft Teams?

This year, I teamed up with Jeni Long and Salleé Clark to create a series of videos to help you learn how to get started using Microsoft Teams.

Where Can I find more information?

To learn more about Microsoft Teams, please visit these resources below.

Looking For Even More Amazing Resources?

Did you know that there is an entire digital library of resources available at education.microsoft.com?  The Microsoft Education Community is the best way to learn about, find resources, and share what is happening in your classroom with others just as passionate as you are around the world.

Right now, teachers are working hard to join the amazing Microsoft Innovative Educator program by visiting: http://aka.ms/mienomination.  Applications are due by July 15.


About the author, Jeffrey Bradbury

Jeff Bradbury, creator of TeacherCast, and father of the famous @EduTriplets Thanks for checking out TeacherCast today. Please take a moment to find me on all of my Social Media channels!

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