In January, @rseilham and I shared It's Due! - A Self-Paced Course with the Community. We hope that being able to experience the assignment submission process from the perspective of a student was helpful!
Thank you to the 180 participants who enrolled in the course! We are happy you joined us and took the time to learn about (or refresh your knowledge of) the Canvas Student app.
We're happy to announce that the course is available in Canvas Commons! Feel free to use it on your campus or for your own exploration as you prepare coursework for next term. There are so many possibilities -- for brand new hires and those who are super-Canvas-savvy, completely optional or part of professional learning! It would even make a great refresher for instructional designers! You may also remix it a little so it best fits your needs. (Please mind the copyright notice on it though.)
If you have any questions or if you'd like to collaborate, let us know! If you download and use the course on your campus, leave a comment, sharing tips or celebrations!
I hold an M.Ed in Curriculum & Instruction - Learning Technologies from the University of Minnesota and a B.S. Teaching degree in Art Teaching from Winona State University. Currently, I have multiple roles at DeLasalle High School - Teacher & Canvas Engagement Specialist.
I teach a variety of visual arts classes, and I prioritize problem-solving and reflection within my student-centered environments. It is my goal to blend traditional studio experiences with technology applications for communication, collaboration, and organization.
In addition to teaching, I actively participate on the Technology Committee, am a Canvas Co-Admin, am the lead in-house Canvas trainer, and as the Canvas Engagement Specialist, I work with faculty to advance pedagogy and student engagement through thoughtful course design using visual design and Canvas's tools.