A number of schools are exploring how they can use the Microsoft Classroom platform to integrate with their teaching and assessment as they are already using Microsoft OneNote Classroom Notebooks.
UPDATE: I’ve found this dedicated blog on how teachers can use Microsoft Classroom – could be a good starting point:
To get a good understanding of what School Data Sync and Classroom actually are, then this is probably a good high level overview to start with. Thiis is a slightly more technical description in an Office Mix
I’ve pulled together some useful resources to assist teachers getting started:
- Microsoft SDS scripts and CSV examples
- These help bulk assign MS licensing in O365, add/remove classes etc.
- The School Data Sync Toolkit
- Tools to verify the formatting of your CSV files before uploading.
- Microsoft Classroom – instructional use videos e.g.
- A great series of short videos to provide teachers with guidance on how to use Classroom.
Here is one example of a school using SDS and Office365 to support improved learning outcomes: