Education

When you create a new team in Microsoft Teams, you’ll be asked to select from one of four teams. Learn more in the table below about which team meets your teaching and learning goals.

Class

Professional Learning Community (PLC)

Staff

Other

Description

Teachers and students collaborating on group projects, assignments, and more.

Educators collaborating within a professional learning community. Examples: academic department, grade band, or group working on a shared goal.

Staff leaders and staff members collaborating on school administration and development.

Students and school employees collaborating in interest groups and clubs.

Team owners & team members

Teachers are team owners and add students as team members.

Educators form the team and other educators join the team.

Staff leaders are team owners and add staff members as team members.

Any combination of students and school staff can form a team and add members.

Permissions

Teachers moderate student conversations and who can post where. Students only have write permission in certain areas.

Educators share equal read-write permissions.

Staff leaders control posting settings. Staff members only have write permission in certain areas.

Team members share equal read-write permissions unless the team owner(s) alter the settings.

Features

Class Notebook

Assignments

Conversations

Files

Video and audio calls

Chat (if enabled)

Pinning new tabs with documents or sites like Microsoft Forms

OneNote notebook

Conversations

Files

Meetings

Video and audio calls

Chat (if enabled)

Pinning new tabs with documents or sites

Staff Notebook

Conversations

Files

Meetings

Video and audio calls

Chat (if enabled)

Pinning new tabs with documents or sites

OneNote notebook

Conversations

Files

Meetings

Video and audio calls

Chat (if enabled)

Pinning new tabs with documents or sites

Educational goals

Assign, track, and review student work

Export grades

Collaborate and communicate in the classroom

Make announcements

Administer quizzes and polls

Work in student groups

Share and organize rich content

Invite virtual experts into the classroom

Collaborate in professional learning communities

Communicate

Make announcements

Share work

Organize virtual or face-to-face meetings

Work in smaller groups

Share and organize content

Oversee professional development, staff, and administrative goals

Communicate

Make announcements

Share content and progress reports

Work in smaller groups

Organize virtual or face-to-face meetings

Collaborate and communicate with team members

Make announcements

Share content

Organize virtual or face-to-face meetings

Work in smaller groups

Learn more

Teach and learn right where you are with Office 365 Connect remotely and access the tools you need with Microsoft Teams and Office 365. Teachers, students, and parents Microsoft Teams: Facilitate conversation & content in one digital learning hub. Microsoft Teams for Education Learn more about Teams Sign in In Windows, click Start Microsoft Teams. On Mac, go to the Applications folder and click Microsoft Teams. On mobile, tap the Teams icon. Then, sign in with your school email and password. Start a conversation With the whole team. Microsoft today announced 35+ education focused features and improvements coming soon to Microsoft Teams. Reading Progress is a brand-new app that was announced today, you can read about it in detail here. Microsoft also announced that Career Coach app for Microsoft Teams will be available in May, you can read about it in detail here.

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