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Office365 Tutorials

To learn how to use various functions of Office365

Tutorial List

Tabs Menu Posts Class Files Assignments
Tabs Menu Class Notebook Grades  
Assignments Grading an Assignment    

 

Posts

  1. The Posts tab is like a social media feed for your class. Students can make comments, help answer questions to each other.
  2. The feed will also show any assignments you've made automatically. Assignments will also be delivered to a student's OneNote too.

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Class Files

  1. Go into the class you wish to add files to.
  2. You'll notice 2 panes, the left pane has the Channels for your class, the right contains the content you're editing for that channel.
  3. Select Files from the tabs bar near the top

  1. Here you'll see a list of folders and files in your class. To start with there's only going to be Class Materials

  1. To create files and folders directly into the Class click the New menu button

  1. To upload existing material click the Upload menu button

 ProTip! Files placed in class material are automatically read-only

 

Assignments

  1. Go into the class you wish to add assignments to.
  2. You'll notice 2 panes, the left pane has the Channels for your class, the right contains the content you're editing for that channel.
  3. Select Assignments from the tabs bar near the top

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  1. Click Get Started
  2. Find the Create button. You can choose to use an existing assignment, create a new one or a quiz.

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Creating a New Assignment

  1. Choose Assignment from the Create list
  2. Fill out the information requested

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  1. It's a good idea to add category tags to your assignment. Use the undefined link to do this. These can be by unit, by subject, or whatever is most helpful to you for organizing your assignments.
  2. To add any resources or materials students might need us the undefined link. You can also just put your instructions directly into the box above.
  3. You can set up your assignment by total marks. Alternatively you can create a rubric for more complex assignments. Use the undefinedlink to do this.
  1. Using the rubric creator you can set up detailed rubrics using your preferred descriptors and criteria

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  1. You can also set up timing on your assignments, including scheduled posting and when you'll accept late assignments until. Click the Edit link under the Due Date to do this.

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Creating a New Quiz

  1. Quizzes are created using Microsoft Forms. If you have existing forms you can use them, otherwise you can use the + New Form link to create a new one.

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 Pro-Tip! New assignments and quizzes will automatically appear in the Posts tab and notify students.

Creating a Class Notebook

  1. In Teams go into the class you wish to link to OneNote.
  2. You'll notice 2 panes, the left pane has the Channels for your class, the right contains the content you're editing for that channel.
  3. Select Class Notebook from the tabs bar near the top

  1. Press the Set up a OneNote Class Notebookbutton to get started

  1. You'll see a screen telling you what will be set up. This is for your information. You can't change anything here.

  1. Next you'll be given the option to customize the student's private OneNote folder. You can rename them to the titles you use in class, and remove those you don't use and add things you will.

  1. Once everything is set up you'll see the initial content of your notebook. In the top left of the content pane you'll see purple arrow pointing right. Click that to open the Notebook contents menu
  2. Here you'll see the pre-built sections and pages mentioned in Step 5.

  1. You can add sections with the + Section link and pages with the + Pages. Pages will always add to the Section you are currently in.

Grades

 Note: You have to add an assignment first. Follow the 'adding an assignment' guide to see how.

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  1. Go to Grades
  2. You will see your assignments here along with your student list. If you have given a student a mark it will appear in the box associated with that assignment and student.

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Grading an Assignment

 Note: You have to add an assignment first. Follow the 'adding an assignment' guide to see how.
  1. Go to Assignments
  2. Click on the assignment you wish to grade
  3. You will see your class list along with whether or not a student has turned in the assignment

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  1. From here you can click on the assignments status to look at a student's submission.
  2. Here you can see any files they have submitted, read anything they have attached, give feedback and a mark
  3. When you click the Return button it will return the graded assignment including your feedback to the student
  4. The student's entry will then be moved from the To Grade tab to the Graded tab.