Microsoft Teams: making the transition to remote learning

The current state of emergency is pushing educators all over the world into turning to remote learning faster than they would have otherwise, and in some cases, they have found themselves forced to make an extensive use of remote learning before they were ready.

That is why Microsoft is providing resources for teachers to learn best practices using Microsoft Teams and a host of other distance learning tools. With Microsoft Teams, conversation, learning content, assignments and apps are just one click away.

From webinars to courses and lesson ideas, we encourage teachers to explore the vast possibilities at their fingertips—after all, to be a better educator, you must first educate yourself, and in these trying times, you will find that Microsoft Teams is the ideal teammate to continue pursuing your calling. With perseverance, willingness to learn, and the right tools in your arsenal, not even a global pandemic can stop you from spreading knowledge to the next generation.

Do you want to find resources to help you stay connected and in touch with your students and families while learning continues?


And furthermore, watch these quick free Teams webinars and discover training resources to learn quickly!


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