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Colin Davitt
We have about 230 students in our high school marching band. The band teachers have run into some issues with students uploading videos to Canvas, mostly due to the size of the file exceeds 500 mb.   This is their process - Kids go home and have to record themselves playing and marching. Teacher then opens speedgrader to watch, give feedback… (Show more)
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Penny Christensen
Our district only has a handful of completely online teachers. I am not talking about those folks. How do you approach the vast majority of classroom teachers who meet face-to-face with their students but are starting to provide a blended learning classroom via Canvas?   Do you look at the percentage of content within versus without the entire… (Show more)
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Gideon Williams
Having just delivered some PowerPoint training to students about making their presentations more effective, I thought I'd take some of my own medicine and start with a * bang * - hence the title of the piece which might have brought you here looking for something a little more provocative!   Now that you are here, why not read on?   I am moving… (Show more)
Isobel Williams
Click to view contentThinking about ways we can use Canvas in teaching Science I came up with a few ideas including: Using Simulations - finding online simulations to duplicate or try out dangerous or expensive experiments that are difficult to do in class.  these an be embedded directly into a Canvas page.   Organising Inquiry projects - use the group spaces in… (Show more)
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Alissa Amundson
Click to view contentOne of the biggest challenges I faced as a teacher in an AP social studies course was managing writing.  We need our students to write because it is a majority of the end-of-the-year summative exam offered by College Board, but the time required for the teacher (instruction, grading, providing useful feedback, etc) can be exhausting.   I taught… (Show more)
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Tim Batiuk
Hi there,   As we enter our third year, we are hearing from users with Observer roles that they have an unmanageable number of courses that appear on the dropdown menu used for checking grades. This is the main activity that Observers (mostly parents of K-12 students) log in to their account to do; however, an Observer of three students who have… (Show more)
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Jeff Bradbury
As I start a new school year in a new school with a new staff and new set of Tech Guidelines... I'm finding that I am faced with many challenges this year.  All of which I'm excited to take on as I help move my new district forward.   What are your big challenges this year and how are you looking to overcome them?     CC: Scott Dennis
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Bobby Pedersen
On my way to work I go past several schools and notice the different School Visions emblazoned on flags and gateways. It seems that over the past decades the trend has been to display school visions, mission statements and values for all to see. Of course much time and wisdom has gone into creating these statements that help create a school… (Show more)
Gideon Williams
WARNING - THIS IS QUITE A LONG POST BUT IT HAS LOTS OF PICTURES! In my school we are very fortunate to have a 1-1 device model based on the Microsoft Surface Pro. All staff, teaching and support, have a device and this device is the same as the one used by the students. We are big users of OneDrive and Office365 and make good use of the… (Show more)
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