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rrodgers1
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Substitute Teachers

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I am in the middle of a new implementation and need some advice, please. How does your district handle substitute teacher access for Canvas? Long-term subs seem easy enough, as I can add them as a TA to a course to give them limited access, grade assignments, etc. What about those single-day, short term folks, though? Any access? No access? 

Also, is there a super simplified guide or training course that would be appropriate for the specific needs of a substitute. Thank you for any help you might offer!

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rrodgers1
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Silence is golden! 😄  So, after digging around on Twitter and in a SIG to which I belong, here is our plan;

  1. All subs will be required to complete a district, asynchronous Canvas course housed in Canvas.
  2. F2f, day-to-day subs will have no access to Canvas classes. Any content, assignments, etc. should already be set by the teacher.
  3. Long-term subs will be added as TAs in the courses for which they are subbing. This will allow for grading, planning, etc.
  4. Access will be removed as soon as the assignment ends.

 

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rrodgers1
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Silence is golden! 😄  So, after digging around on Twitter and in a SIG to which I belong, here is our plan;

  1. All subs will be required to complete a district, asynchronous Canvas course housed in Canvas.
  2. F2f, day-to-day subs will have no access to Canvas classes. Any content, assignments, etc. should already be set by the teacher.
  3. Long-term subs will be added as TAs in the courses for which they are subbing. This will allow for grading, planning, etc.
  4. Access will be removed as soon as the assignment ends.

 

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