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Lead a class remotely with rich student interaction

Teachers today can instruct students from anywhere, but they run the risk of losing engagement. You need a way to communicate lesson plans and allow students to interact with teachers and each other in real time to provide a richer learning experience.

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Create a virtual classroom with Microsoft Teams to keep students engaged when you’re teaching remotely. Set up channels for each course and invite students. Teach classes to live using video or audio conferencing. Students can ask questions through chat or use @mentions to get help from you or each other. You can record and save lessons in case a student misses a class or is in another time zone and can’t participate in real time. 

Add the entire curricula to your class channel. Use the Files tab to organize lesson plans, quizzes, and test scores, so students can reference material at any time.


  • Create a virtual classroom to teach students from anywhere.

  • Discuss lesson plans using chat, audio, or video calling.

  • Organize curricula and share video lessons with students locally or globally.

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