Conduct PLC meetings in Teams

COVID-19 has necessitated many schools and universities making remote learning available.

While it’s natural to focus on student learning in the virtual classroom, it’s just as important to consider teachers’ needs for professional development and colleague collaboration.

Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are built into Microsoft Teams, and it’s free! We understand you may have questions on how your school can leverage remote learning and we encourage you to view on-demand Teams webinars – sign up here.

We know that connection with colleagues is vital, especially during this time of increased isolation.

Many educators are eager for more time brainstorming, sharing ideas, and fueling their passions through their work in Professional Learning Communities. In this video, we cover how to meet now with fellow teachers, schedule meetings for later, and record meeting notes.

Have you ever been typing back and forth with someone and wish you could just talk with them in person instead? With Teams, you can quickly do that with the click of one button: Meet now. If you record your meetings, they can be saved within the respective channel so absent members can easily find and view later. Teams makes it easy for educators to continue or create new Professional Learning Communities.

Watch this video to learn more about PLC capabilities in Teams.

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