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Monroe Middle School Library: Technology Tutorials for Teachers

Teams Tutorials


Links to More Tutorials

How to QUICKLY add Your Live Classes to the Calendar


How to Set Up Your Office Hours

Taking Attendance in Your Online Class


How to Create a Channel in Teams

Video #1: Quick Version

Video #2: Comprehensive Version


How to Run Office Hours in Teams


How to Change Team Names & Icons

How to Stop all of the Annoying 'Bings" in Teams


How to Edit & Turn in a PowerPoint in Teams


3 Questions Answered in 2 minutes:

1. How to get a video to play sound on Teams

2. How to make sure that my class shows up on a student's calendar

3. How to make my presentation more inclusive - closed captioning

 


How to Stop/Limit/Adjust the Chat in Teams

OneNote Tutorials

Adding a PowerPoint into OneNote


Overview of Using ClassNotebook


Inserting Content into Class Notebook

iPad Tutorials


How to add a District-Approved App to your iPad


How to watch a video on iPad while in another app


Uninstalling & Re-Installing an App to Your iPad

(do this if the app won't open or keeps crashing)

Desktop/Surface Tutorials

How to make your desktop more efficient for online Learning.


Projecting from your ELMO to Teams

https://youtu.be/P-inkWn-k0U

Edpuzzle Tutorials

The best source for Edpuzzle info is their Edpuzzle YouTube Channel

Websites for Online Teaching Ideas & Content

Hyperdocs & Microsoft Teams

I really liked this site and it had some great ideas for building background knowledge.


CNN 10 is a great 10 minute current events show for teenagers that trivia tied into it.  All videos are just 10 minutes to show to students.  Attached below is the link to CNN 10.

https://www.cnn.com/cnn10

Teacher Resource Shelf

This has a lot of links to tutorials to help you out. Much is for Google but can then be crossed over.

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