Schools need to incorporate remote learning options to prepare for potential year-group isolations. Finding the right solution to suit both teachers’ and students’ is essential.

 

We have seen more schools adopting Microsoft Teams due to its ability to engage pupils via virtual classrooms, to...

30/10
2020
How does Microsoft Teams support and benefit a digital classroom?
Posted by Laurie Coleman on 30/10 at 10:00 AM Cloud hosted telephone systems, Microsoft Teams,

Schools need to incorporate remote learning options to prepare for potential year-group isolations. Finding the right solution to suit both teachers’ and students’ is essential.

 

We have seen more schools adopting Microsoft Teams due to its ability to engage pupils via virtual classrooms, to monitor attendance, manage assignments and provide face-to-face connections to keep year-groups connected.

 

Our short video provides both teacher and student views of Microsoft Teams and how they can seamlessly work together, create content and share resources from a single, easy-to-use platform. Download the full video here.

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Laurie Coleman on 30/10/2020

Laurie has worked in the communications and IT industry since 2012 and had a fantastic knack for looking after our customers to ensure they remained happy and all their needs were being met. He has swapped his talents for the presales department to give the same attention to our potential clients.

He has an in-depth technical knowledge of our existing product portfolio as well as all products and solutions that we have sold in the past to ensure that all customers, old and new, receive the same level of expertise and service. Laurie is also a key part of our Microsoft Office 365 team and was the first to sell the product for swcomms.

Away from the office, Laurie is a keen Exeter Chiefs fan, both home and away, and likes to keep an eye on the NFL.


Contact: laurie.coleman@swcomms.co.uk


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