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    Kirsten commented  · 

    It is possible for a presenter to turn off a student's mic and camera, but the student can turn it back on. There's another suggestion in the system for locking students so that only the teacher can control this.

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    Kirsten commented  · 

    With Teams being used by educators, this is an important feature. Many students can responsibly mute themselves and only unmute when they have something relevant to say. It helps that the presenter can mute people who are distracting, but some students with attention-seeking behavior may unmute themselves again and disrupt the lesson. This feature would also be helpful for very young students who can't yet use the mute controls correctly.

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