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When you create a new team in Microsoft Teams, you’ll be asked to select from one of four teams. 

Note: For majority of cases, simply choose "Anyone" team type.



ClassesPLCsStaff MembersAnyone
ScenarioTeachers and students working on group projects, assignments etc.Professional Learning Community for educators.Staff or departments working on administration tasks & development. Any other interest groups or collaborations.
Team OwnersTeachersEducatorsStaff leadersAnyone
Team MembersStudentsOther educatorsStaff membersAnyone
Educational Goals
  • Assign, track, and review student work
  • Export grades
  • Collaborate and communicate in the classroom
  • Make announcements
  • Administer quizzes and polls
  • Work in student groups
  • Share and organise rich content
  • Invite virtual experts into the classroom
  • Collaborate in professional learning communities

  • Communicate

  • Make announcements

  • Share work

  • Organise virtual or face-to-face meetings

  • Work in smaller groups

  • Share and organise content

  • Oversee professional development, staff, and administrative goals

  • Communicate

  • Make announcements

  • Share content and progress reports

  • Work in smaller groups

  • Organize virtual or face-to-face meetings

  • Collaborate and communicate with team members

  • Make announcements

  • Share content

  • Organize virtual or face-to-face meetings

  • Work in smaller groups

Permissions
  • Private Team only.
  • Teachers can mute/disable individual students' conversations.
  • Students only have write permission in certain areas.
  • Educators share equal read-write permissions.
  • Staff leaders control posting settings. Staff members only have write permission in certain areas.
  • Staff leaders control posting settings. Staff members only have write permission in certain areas.
Default Setup

Class Notebook

  1. Collaboration Space
  2. Content Library
  3. Student Notebooks
    • Class Notes
    • Handouts
    • Homework
    • Quizzes

Assignments

  • Teachers can create, distribute, track and review and grade student work.
  • Students can track due dates, submit their work and check feedback.
OneNote notebook

Staff Notebook

  1. Collaboration Space
  2. Content Library
  3. Private Notebooks
    • Professional Dev
    • Classroom Observations
    • Lesson Plan Feedback
    • Evaluation
    • Parent Communication


OneNote notebook
Learn More..Create a team for classesCreate a team for PLCsCreate a team for staff


Source: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/choose-a-team-type-to-collaborate-in-microsoft-teams-0a971053-d640-4555-9fd7-f785c2b99e67?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US


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