COVID-19 has impacted the lives of people around the world. The daily routines of millions, including educators and students, have been impacted. And the Microsoft Education team is committed to helping teachers and students stay connected and engaged.
As some schools look to continue learning remotely for the safety of their students and faculty, Microsoft Teams for Education provides an online classroom so students and teachers can find new ways to continue to focus on learning. Free for schools and universities, Teams provides an online classroom that brings together virtual face-to-face connections, assignments, files and conversations into a single place accessible on either mobile, tablet, PC or browser.
Microsoft have been sharing incredible stories about how educators are supporting students and have also received questions regarding how students and educators can stay connected using technology. We want to take this time to share some of the ways you can stay connected and engaged with classrooms and faculty during this time.
To learn more about Microsoft Teams and how to get started, you can join the live webinars running as of March 19th, after whichwill be available on demand. To see all Microsoft upcoming webinars, visit here.
Microsoft Teams is included in Office 365 A1, which is free for educational institutions. For IT guidance on how to deploy Office 365 and get your entire school started on Teams, contact ACS today. Once Teams is enabled, students and educators can start using it almost straight away. For any support questions or issues, please reach out to the team here at ACS who will be happy to help, whether that’s by providing more information on Teams training or arranging other professional development workshops.
We are learning so much from schools all around the globe that are enabling remote learning in ingenious ways and you can learn more about Microsoft Teams for Education here. No matter which tools you use, we wish your students, faculty, staff, and families all the best.