COVID-19 forces us to rethink traditional education delivery such as a brick and mortar school, to reconsider what optimal learning environments look like at different times. While remote learning has existed for decades, more educators are examining the tools and resources available to support students and their need to satisfy mastery of content and grade level learning objectives. Some schools already use Microsoft Teams, which brings together conversations, content, assignments and apps all in one place. We understand you may have questions on how your school can leverage remote learning and we encourage you to view upcoming and on-demand Teams webinars - sign up here.
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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.
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