Supporting your students
There are a number of ways that you can support your students with MS Teams, whether it is on how to communicate through teams, how to set up a study group, how to share files and collaborate. Below are a few different resources for yourself to review as well as resources that you can share with your students.
How to support your students
MS Teams provides an all-in-one hub for the collaborative classroom. Educators can monitor usage and collaboration quality. Given, MS Teams is utilised for business communications, teaching students how to use the technology gives them practical industry skills to improve employability.
What resources and services are available to students
Support your students by providing links to these resources on your Moodle page before expecting students to access the technology.
This library guide details the basic knowledge required for students to start accessing and using MS Teams.
Optimise students' use of MS Teams through the efficient use of the Apps bar. This library guide explains the functions of all the apps displayed in the bar.
Even if you don’t utilise MS Teams for your unit, students may want to create their own Team for a study group. Share this resource with your students to provide the means for a collaborate online space.
There are several ways of communicating with peers and facilitators across different teams/groups. This guide provides instruction on how to chat in private groups, meetings, and through video.
To collaborate effectively, students should house shared resources in Teams. This guide explains how to share files, tabs, and the Google drive.
Microsoft Teams offers educators and students new ways to communicate and collaborate in learning and life. Discover more about Teams here
Join the Monash Education Innovation team for a 30 minute overview of the features and functionality of MS Teams