Let students, faculty, educators, and staff meet, work together, create content, and share resources in Office 365 Education — featuring the simple, intuitive power of Microsoft Teams.
The powerful integration between Classter and MS Teams allows educational organizations to:
Collaborate with ease: Meet for free with up to 300 students or community members. Access persistent chat to ensure everyone stays connected for learning or work.
Engage Learners: Organize classrooms and assignments, collaborate and share files, access class material in one central location.
Elevate day-to-day work: Access insights for the school and classroom, use apps and integrations to reduce workloads, and build community, all on a safe and secure platform.
Key features for student-educator collaboration:
Assignments: Educators can assign, track, and grade class assignments.
Screensharing: Users can share screens or presentations in real-time.
Immersive reader: Users can easily read conversations and chats in a more personalized format, all in Microsoft Teams.
Accessibility: Users can get ASL visibility features, live closed captions (US only), and an immersive reader.
Insights: Educators can access student engagement data from an intuitive dashboard.
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Frequently Asked Questions
To access Microsoft Teams for Education, enter the email address and password provided by your school. If your school is already signed up for Office 365 for Education and has turned on access to Microsoft Teams, or if your school is an accredited academic institution, you’ll be able to sign in or sign up. If you’re having trouble, please contact your school’s IT administrator.
Teams makes collaborating on group projects easy with chat, online meetings, threaded conversations, file sharing, etc. Either start a chat, use a designated channel in a class team, or start your own team to begin a collaboration. Learn more with some quick tips about collaboration in Teams in this teamwork article.
If you already have Teams, just click on the Help icon on the bottom left in the app, then click on Training. You’ll find the latest training guides and be you’ll be able to search from how to get started to anything else you might need to learn. You can also find a lot of great learning content for education and for general Teams usage in the Microsoft Teams support site.
Educators and IT administrators have many options to keep students safe before, during, and after classes held in online meetings and in student-to-student interaction. Learn more about how educators can keep students safe in our guide for IT and educators.