Microsoft Global Learning Day

Connect with others in OPS or globally - November 6th

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What is Microsoft's Global Learning Connections Day?

Microsoft's Global Connections Day (formerly Skypeathon) is a two day event, Tuesday, November 5th - Wednesday, November 6th, promoting the power of making global connection opportunities to connect students and their learning to others outside of their classroom. #MSFTGlobalConnect


At OPS on November 6th we have a number of connections available across our district, but you can make your own connections either day and beyond.

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How to Join?

Option 1: Join the OPS Connections opportunities on November 6th. See schedule and join links below.


Option 2: Locate a free Skype call for your class on the Skype in the Classroom Website. Use Consumer Skype to connect. You can do this on your own either November 5th or 6th as classrooms across the globe participate. Skype Consumer Tutorial

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How Do I Join the OPS Calls?

All OPS connections will be done using Microsoft Teams on November 6th. The connection links are below. The smoothest way to join is to open Microsoft Teams on your computer and log in using your Office 365 login. You will find it in your dock or the applications folder on your device. If you have trouble locating it, contact your Building Tech Support.


Joining a Microsoft Teams Virtual Connection Tutorial Video

Test the links below that you plan to join. If you join via a browser, Safari does not work!

OPS Teams Join Links

Click the link below 5-10 minutes before the event to get in. All links will allow you to have your camera and microphone on except for Dr. Logan's Read Aloud. That will be streamed and questions can be submitted through the Q&A button at the top.


9:30 A.M.: North High Robotics Join Link


10:00 A.M.: Dr. Logan Read Aloud Join Link


1:30 P.M.: Mystery Connection OPS School Join Link


3:15 P.M.: Mystery Connection Animal Join Link

Join in the fun and tweet to #MSFTGlobalConnect #opsproud

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