Here’s resources shared by schools for pupils, parents or carers about using Microsoft Teams
Here’s a superb Sway shared by Comely Park Primary School in Falkirk about how to use Microsoft Teams – this includes links to text-based resources as well as a series of in depth videos about Microsoft Teams, each specific to a different device so you can choose which is most useful to you for what you have available:
Here’s a playlist of videos created and shared by Comely Park Primary School in Falkirk giving detailed guidance about Microsoft Teams – there are individual videos showing how to access Microsoft Teams on desktop/laptop, as well as mobile device (and ones for Microsoft OneNote as part of Microsoft Teams)
Here’s an excellent Sway from Belmont Academy aimed at pupils, giving a range of videos and slideshows about using various aspects of Microsoft Teams, whether on desktop/laptop, Apple or Android mobile device or Xbox/PlayStation. This has a series of videos on many different aspects of using Microsoft Teams so you can choose to watch the specific videos related to what you need to know. There are also slideshows about each aspect so you have the option to see the information presented in text-based form.
Click on this link for a helpful downloadable handout explaining about Microsoft Teams from Beancross Primary School
Click on this link for a downloadable Guide to Microsoft Teams for Pupils shared on the St Mungo’s RC High School website. This link is to a downloadable guide to expected behaviours when using Microsoft Teams class spaces to keep them positive, supportive environments for everyone.
The Sway below from St Mungo’s RC High School provides more information about Microsoft Teams (as well as Word Online, Microsoft Forms and more integrated in Microsoft Teams).
Here’s a useful Sway guide to using Microsoft Teams in Glow from West Lothian Digital Learning team – this includes general advice about how to keep safe in using the platform, and about additional support when using Glow:
Dunipace Primary School pupil DigitalLeaders created this video guide about accessing Microsoft Teams via Glow
I have just been sent this by our fabulous P6 Digital Leader. She has used her time at home to create this very informative video of how to share your home learning on Teams. Hope you find this useful #StPatsDigi @MrFl_StP @MrsMc_StP #GlowScot #digilearnscot pic.twitter.com/Nm88fy7mvQ
— Mrs Black (@MrsBlack_StP) March 27, 2020
This video by pupil Digital Leaders from St Patrick’s RC Primary School shows how to access Microsoft Teams
Here’s an interactive guide to Glow and Microsoft Teams from Tulliallan Primary School, which makes use of ThingLink so that an image has clickable links to more information or videos, or helpguides for features
Here is a link to the Remote Learning Guide which has links to all our support resources, how-to guides and demonstrations! https://t.co/Wgt6yf4z1N
— Tulliallan Primary School and Nursery (@TulliallanPS) January 8, 2021
Here’s a fabulous downloadable guide from Falkirk High School for parents/carers and pupils for getting to know Microsoft Teams – scroll down the Falkirk High School website page to either view online or download the Digital and Online Learning Guide
Fabulous downloadable Digital & Online Learning Guide from @FalkirkHigh website for pupils & parents/carers about @GlowScot @MicrosoftTeams @OneNoteEDU @onedrive @Outlook @msofficelens #GlowScot #DigiLearnScot https://t.co/bZ5mbhhpoG
— 📱Malcolm Wilson 🏴 (@claganach) August 22, 2020
And from the Microsoft Education Team here is a downloadable guide for parents/cares/learners to Microsoft Teams which a school can adapt to suit how their school is using the digital platform before sharing with parents/carers/learners in their own school community
— 📱Malcolm Wilson 🏴 (@claganach) August 20, 2020
These interactive click-by-click guides to Microsoft Teams let users be guided through an exploration of the many tools and features available in Microsoft Teams – choose the interactive demo for parents/carers/learners (also one for teachers)
— 📱Malcolm Wilson 🏴 (@claganach) August 19, 2020