Microsoft Teams: Enable Remote Learning for Your Students

As COVID-19 continues to impact the lives of people around the world, many schools are making the difficult decision to temporarily close for the health and safety of their students and staff. Microsoft recognizes the challenges this presents to both schools and the families of the students and wants to help make the transition to remote learning as smooth as possible.

Free for schools and universities, Microsoft Teams for Education provides an online classroom so students and educators can continue to focus on learning outside the physical school environment. Teams brings together virtual face-to-face connections, assignments, files, and conversations into a single place accessible on either mobile, tablet, PC or browser. Microsoft has worked to create resources and on-demand webinars to help teachers, staff and families get transitioned to a remote learning environment. Hope you find them helpful:

  • Manage Remote Learning – Get tips on how you can use Teams to facilitate online learning in these webinars
  • Keep Remote Students Engaged – Learn how teachers and families can keep students engaged and focused on learning with Teams
  • Enable a Secure Online Classroom – Explore the latest guidance on how to enable Teams for your entire school or university.

Here are examples on how Wellington College International and Gold Coast School have made the transition to remote learning. Both are found to be inspiring and informative; hopefully, bettering your experience with Teams. If you are thinking about similar options and are interested in learning more, Microsoft is happy to help.

Read more on how to get started with Microsoft Teams to support your educational needs here. In addition, Microsoft has created a Remote Learning Community for schools around the globe to connect, share best practices, and ask questions of the company’s top education experts.

This is a challenging time for the entire globe, and Microsoft is committed to taking constructive steps to support those it serves. Contact a dedicated account manager below if you need any assistance or have any questions!


Contact your dedicated Account Manager:

Microsoft
Justin Libis
Account Executive
701-281-7780
justin.libis@microsoft.com

CDW-G
John Buttita
Sales Manager
877-325-3380
johnbut@cdw.com

JourneyEd
Christine McConnell
Senior Account Manager
636-349-7058
cmcconnell@journeyed.com

SHI International Corp.
Kyle Thomas
SMSLED Manager
732-564-8526
Kyle_Thomas@shi.com

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