As COVID-19 concerns prompt school closures, many educators are turning to remote learning to keep students engaged. To help teachers and students stay connected to the classroom, STS worked with Cambridge school to stay connected and productive using Microsoft collaboration and communication tools for remote learning
STS implements Microsoft Teams for Students & Teachers
While coronavirus has certainly caused demand for these apps to increase, STS implemented Microsoft Teams for Cambridge enabling teachers to use digital classrooms to share presentations, demonstrate whiteboards, publish assignments and review them in the most effective manner. In addition, students started interacting with teachers using audio and video specs and most importantly all sessions were recorded so that students can refer back to any subject needed.
STS & Cambridge Partnership
Cambridge School Head of IT Mrs. Dana Ryalat highlighted the importance of the private sector by emphasizing on the efficiency of STS team in terms of going live in days, quick responsiveness and the training provided to cater roll- out requirements.
In addition, Dima Hazeen, STS Director of Microsoft Cloud Solutions added that
“Cambridge School worked very hard to help keep the disruption for students and their learning to a minimum during this critical time. Cambridge school had always been up to date with the latest technologies to provide their students & teachers with the most effective tools. We at STS look forward to continuing our successful partnership.”