Tag: Office365

#remotelearning bona fides

So, I’m a classroom teacher — but I’ve also taught online each summer for the past six years, first in French (!) and then mathematics. Before that, I tutored students online through our government online chat/whiteboarding system. And I’ve been working in a 1:1 environment for 25 years. While not “paperless” as a goal, I […]

#remotelearning Introduction

You can’t tell what’s going to happen but it looks like many schools may experience some closures over the next few weeks or months, and so folks are considering how you can have students continue to learn while at home. I’m actually on March Break — and I’m catching up on my blog posting — […]

You don’t know what you don’t know

(another quick thought because it’s been another 14 hour day) Twice in the past two days I’ve had users of Office365 respond with “What? I didn’t know Office365 had its own YouTube!” If you are an Office365 user, visit http://www.office.com and sign in with your credentials. Hit ALL APPS — these are all the apps […]

You’re not allowed to do that (in Word)

One of the things I haven’t seen mentioned in Word (in Office365) is “Restrict Editing”.  As you likely know, when you share a document with someone, you can either give them Read Only (they can’t make ANY changes or they get Edit (they can make any changes they want).  But what if you want a […]

Sync your Teams Folder to your Hard Drive

My poor colleague. She’s an organizing freak and spent way too many hours clicking away inside the Teams app rearranging all the files into folders.  Then I showed her that she can Sync the Teams folder onto her Hard Drive (giving her offline-access anytime!) and use the drag&drop of regular Windows Explorer to keep things […]