Teachers who use Microsoft Teams will have a convenient new feature to use this fall. That feature is called Classwork and it will enable you to create modules of resources drawn from assignments and OneNote notebook pages as well as web links, files, and Microsoft Forms quizzes. 

Last month at the ISTE conference I saw some live demonstrations of Microsoft Teams Classwork. It does seem to be relatively easy to use and is welcome improvement over the old ways of trying to organize materials for students in Teams. 

Mike Tholfsen recently published an overview of how to use Classwork in Teams. You can see that video here on Mike’s YouTube channel or as embedded below. 

Applications for Education
Pulling materials from OneNote is probably the best feature of it because many teachers working in schools who have Microsoft accounts already have OneNote notebooks of materials for students.