Below are tech tools available to teachers to support enrichment activities and more. Please consider using video/audio/chat conferencing tools from time to time to make communications more personal. A suggestion would be to schedule a Microsoft Teams Meeting from Outlook. Find out how below.
If you don’t have your district laptop at home, download and install Office365 on your personal computer for free on up to 5 devices. This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Skype (chat/video), OneDrive and more.
- Open a browser, visit Office 365 for EUHSD and login using your work email and password
- At the top-right, click Install Office and the select Office36 5 Apps
- Follow the prompts on the screen. The file typically downloads to your downloads folder.
Continue to use communication tools in place. Our students know how to access EUHSD email.Other ways to communicate with students:
- Schedule a Microsoft Teams Videoconference/Chat from Outlook (Learn how: video, web) - A quick alternative to creating and adding students to a Team, you can simply share a link to a video/audio/chat. Recording optional.
- Microsoft Teams – All-in-one communications portal, discussion boards, and recorded video chats. Teams now integrates with Canvas.
- Canvas Conferences - Set up and conduct video office hours in Canvas.
- Google Meet – Start a meeting...video and/or chat and send email invitations to others to participate.
- Remind.com - Two-way communication for updates, instruction and more.
- Google Voice – Call students from your cell using this app that keeps your real cell number private.
Students are already enrolled on your classes on Canvas. Most students have logged in to Canvas to access content such as Weekly Lessons.
- Message to students if you are going to use Canvas to deliver learning opportunities.
- Visit euhsd.instructure.com and login using your Office365 email and password.
- Publish your course(s)
- Create and publish assignments, pages, quizzes and more. Here are tips for using Canvas during a school closure.
- Students go to Courses and then click “All Courses” to view published courses
- More resources: Getting Started Guide for Teachers | Getting Started Guide for Students