I’m planning on hosting a coding club during the school year through an extracurricular class, but not as a teacher, admin, or faculty member (because I’m still a student). How would I leverage Teams for Edu if I’m not a teacher, faculty, or administrator at my school? I am technically an educator, as I have taught an online python class before, but would Teams for Edu be right for me?
You teach your club, and imo, that makes you a teacher.
hmm, but I really don’t want my account to be deleted. Should I test on an alt? Should I
ping ask a moderator?
It won’t be deleted, the team will just be disabled or wtver.
I still am scared to “Confirm that I am a teacher”, since I technically don’t have that official title yet.
I’m confused. What does this have to do with the current topic?
I’m talking about the “Teacher” role (whether or not you’re an official teacher)
Although I could be a teacher (of computer science, or of homework completion), I’m still not officially a teacher at the school or org, as I’m not legally hired as a teacher.
@python660 I have done it and am making another class. It’s fine as long as you are using it for educational purposes. Anyone who is teaching or helping other people learn is a teacher, even if you aren’t a hired teacher doesn’t mean you can’t be one.
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