Microsoft Teams for Education gets an updated Assignments experience

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Microsoft Teams for Education is getting an updated Assignment experience before the back to school season. This is part of the various updates that come to Teams Education that Microsoft announced in June, which also include a grade book and more time-saving tools for teachers.

The Assignments experience has been simplified and the tab now shows future activities more clearly. . Creating new tasks is now easier with all the settings grouped in a single column, and it is now possible to add resources from any team, due dates and what students can see. Microsoft Immersive Reader technology has also been integrated into all student assignment instruction pages.

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Microsoft says that all these task updates are also available in the Microsoft Teams application for iOS and Android, and educators can also rate Teams assignments directly from mobile applications. Microsoft also announced new integrations with various educational applications such as Wakelet, Kahoot and the Microsoft Flipgrid social learning platform. These applications now include a Share to Team button that educators can use to easily create assignments or send links to their class.

Finally, a new grade book will also arrive soon for beta testers and will give educators the ability to quickly see average scores on homework and individual student progress. Microsoft Teams for Education is included with Microsoft's free Office 365 for Education plan for schools, and you can get more information about its various functions for educators and students on this page.

More information: Education, Microsoft Teams, Office 365

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