So everything we do is in OneNote. Everything. But we (okay, me) are trying to break out into other tools and that includes Microsoft Teams and their Assignment workflow.  What I tried was this:1) In a Word document we wrote about what they had to do and how they would… Continue Reading Using Assignments in Microsoft Teams

So, long story short, we have a bit of extra time in our Right-Angle Trigonometry unit, so I mentioned to my team that I would put together a BreakOut for review.  During this time, we have a lot of kids away for various reasons so having something self-paced is helpful.… Continue Reading Back to the BreakOut

So on Fridays, I sit in the Lounge at School so that folks can get assistance with things. It’s good because just seeing me will prompt them “Oh, I had a question for you!”  Today, someone sat down with a coffee and asked me “So, if you have a question,… Continue Reading Keeping up with Microsoft

So Microsoft Teams EDU is a new layer added to Sharepoint/Office365 to make the space workable. Sharepoint/Office365 is ridiculously powerful, but like all ridiculously powerful applications, they need mediation to make them open to the average user.  (For regular OneNote Staff Notebooks, see here: Nudging the OneNote Staff Notebook Permissions) When… Continue Reading The Class/Staff OneNotes in Teams – Nudging Permissions