Blended approaches for a modern learning environment

Beginner
K-12 Educator
School Leader
Microsoft Teams
Office 365

This learning path focuses on using Microsoft Teams to engage with students in remote and hybrid learning environments. Discover ways to utilize Teams to support all learners in different types of learning environments.  Educators will find the best ways to connect with their students no matter the learning model.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

Are you moving from a face-to-face classroom to an online/remote learning experience? This module explores the considerations, procedures, and planning that administrators and educators will need to examine in preparation for a remote learning experience. As you complete the module, you can use an Action Plan template to guide your work and document your school's plan for remote learning.

This module provides educators practical ways to organize their remote learning experience in order to foster strong connections between students and teachers and to keep students engaged. Educators will learn how to use Microsoft Teams, Stream, OneNote Class Notebook, and Flipgrid to engage students and foster connections with the school community from afar.

This module introduces educators to the hybrid learning model. Educators will learn about the five elements of hybrid learning, how to implement them, and how to use Microsoft Teams to create a dynamic learning environment for their students.

Learn to teach with the accessibility tools in Windows 10, Office 365, and apps including Teams, Immersive Reader, Math Tools, Word, Translator, and OneNote. Dive deep into areas of student need to learn about specific opportunities and considerations for special education and online learning.

This module expands upon the introduction module for hybrid learning, with a specific focus on creating a dynamic learning experience for students in primary grades. Primary grade educators will focus on the fundamentals of using Microsoft Teams as a centralized hub to create a comprehensive and collaborative hybrid classroom designed for primary-age learners.