Learning and Teaching with Microsoft Teams
Learn how to use Microsoft teams to better engage your students!
- Tuesday 04 August 2020 01:00 pm until Tuesday 04 August 2020 02:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Presented by:
- Dan Laurence
- Type of Event:
How can students better collaborate on group learning activities online?
With advances in technology, people are collaborating and working online more than ever before. Social and chat interfaces are flourishing and can be an effective online learning space for peer engagement.
Microsoft Teams is a new social application that is increasingly being used across large institutions and government. These traditional entities recognise that there is a place for more casual interaction and that team work and communication skills are critically important to their business, and look for these capabilities in our graduates. Although traditionally designed to be a business tool, this technology is becoming increasingly popular in higher education as a tool to facilitate small online group work for students.
This webinar introduces some basics of using MS Teams and the practices that have been shown to better engage students outside the classroom. Participants joining this session will learn how MS TEAMS can be used to design activities that foster skills integral to successfully working in a team – communication, interpersonal skills, negotiating skills and leadership.
As a minimum requirement, you will need access to a computer with speakers and a microphone to be able to successfully participate in this session.
- Tuesday, 04 August, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Tuesday, 15 September, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Wednesday, 21 October, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Online - A link to join the session and further information will be provided once your online registration has been completed and closer to the workshop date.
La Trobe University Bundoora
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