How to Get in to Teams:

  1. Go to Office 365 (Click here for instructions if you are unsure of how to do this)

Some Quick References to Get You Started:

The ultimate cheat sheet right at your fingertips:

Download the Microsoft Teams quick start guide for EDU.

Teams Quick Reference for SD71

Here is a super short Quick Start Guide with just the basics:

Microsoft Quick Start Guide

How to View and Navigate your Assignments:

Click here for some good instructions from Microsoft

Accessibility tips for Microsoft Teams

Immersive Reader for Microsoft Teams

Available in Assignments, Posts and Chat

FEATURES:

Brings text into a focus window and students can use text supports:

  • Text to Speech
  • colour contrast
  • larger font sizes
  • picture dictionary
  • line focus
  • translation

LINKS

Use Immersive Reader in Microsoft Teams

VIDEO

Immersive Reader in Microsoft Teams

Live captions in Microsoft Teams

Helpful support for students who are deaf and hard of hearing, English language learners and students who struggle with auditory processing.

FEATURES 

  • Available only in Teams desktop
  • English only

LINKS

Use Live Captions in a Teams Meeting

VIDEO

Live Captions in Microsoft Teams

Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams

Support for students who are visually impaired or who have difficulty with fine or gross motor skills.

LINKS

Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams 

Text prediction in Windows 10

Adds a toolbar with floating text prediction above the cursor to help student students with spelling or word finding.

LINK

How to Enable Text Prediction for a Hardware Keyboard on Windows 10

VIDEO

You Can Turn Text Suggestions On In Windows 10

How to Access, work on and turn in assignments in Teams (thank you Tracy R for this):

Teams Assignment instructions for students