MS Teams in Education
These sessions consists of three, 1-hour trainings sessions; MS Teams Basic, MS Teams in Education, and MS Teams for Encouraging Student Engagement in Collaborative Learning. Microsoft also released the following story about the iPodia Program. Please see the session details below for more information. Recordings can be accessed from the Microsoft Teams link below.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide faculty and staff with the tools and the training to enable productive and frictionless collaboration across teaching and workplace environments. This workshop will be accessible to all levels of proficiency and is designed to make the USC provisioned Microsoft Teams software actionable and applicable to a range of work and education needs. Participants will receive direct instruction and support from Microsoft expert, become familiar with the MS Teams environment, learn the software’s capabilities and features, and experience usage demos.
Sessions Times & Descriptions:
- Session 1: MS Teams Basic (Session Lead - Sara Padilla-Casillas)
Tech enabled collaboration is essential for hybrid work. Teams makes it easy to connect, converse, and create in real time. Discover the best ways to stay organized, host engaging meetings, and manage projects.
- Session 2: MS Teams in Education (Session Lead – Binh Tran)
Opening remarks by the Viterbi Dean’s Office. Learn classroom applications of MS Teams, strategies, and best practices for virtual and blended learning. Empower students to connect, interact, and collaborate through synchronous meetings and interactive tools.
- Session 3: MS Teams for Encouraging Student Engagement in Collaborative Learning (Session Lead – Dr. Stephen Lu)
Specific MS Teams features and usage scenarios including the iPodia model. Applicable to courses focused on encouraging engagement through active learning, interaction, project-based learning, teamwork, and diverse group collaboration. Participants interested in collaborative learning models can stay for a brief working group discussion. Microsoft iPodia Spotlight Story
This workshop is organized and hosted by the Viterbi iPodia Program and the Distance Education Network (DEN@Viterbi).
Published on March 9th, 2022
Last updated on March 24th, 2022