Microsoft Teams added to Glow!

Team URLs/IP Addresses.Use Microsoft Teams for Education to support your class or enhance staff collaboration now

Microsoft Teams for Education offers a range of tools, integrated in one place, bringing together conversations, content and apps for your class or to support professional learning.

Different types of Team are available:

  • Class
  • PLC
  • Staff
  • Anyone

Create an online collaborative space for your class

Class Teams provides a collaborative space for your pupils to help distribute tasks and resources and personalise learning. Pupils can then update and return these materials or upload other evidence of learning to share with their teacher or fellow pupils. Teachers have a collated view of this evidence and can provide formative feedback from a single point.

Class Teams give Teachers and pupils the ability to easily access the rich features of O365 without leaving Teams, helping to access learning materials anytime, anywhere and on a range of devices.

Use Teams for Staff

Teachers can use these to collaborate with colleagues, share resources and manage content using their own Staff OneNote Notebook. They could be used for joint planning purposes for example, teachers can work together to create materials for a course or topic and store master Class Notebook files or other learning resources using them across multiple Class Teams.

What to do if your access is blocked

All core features of Teams are active so if you can’t access, or your experience is restricted, test outside your school network and speak to your local ICT teams, providing them this link: Team URLs/IP Addresses.

Access Teams now via the O365 App Launcher.

Find out what your colleagues are sharing and asking about Teams in the O365 Yammer group.

 More  information and examples of how you can take full advantage of Teams will be added to Glow connect soon!

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2 comments on “Microsoft Teams added to Glow!
  1. Ross Storey says:

    HI,

    Could you please provide me with the Teams URLs and IP Addresses as I’m not able to see the hyperlink in the above post?

    Cheers

    Ross

  2. davidmlaing says:

    Hi Ross, the link should now be working, thanks.

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