Getting Started: Let's Talk about Modules, Pages & Assignments 10am PST

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Designed for NEW Canvas users. This will be a slow-paced discussion on how you can organize your Canvas course using Modules, Assignments, and Pages. We will talk about "Sandbox" courses and best practices. There will be plenty of time for questions. 

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I can not log in in meet

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I don't think it has started yet. 10 am pacific time. 

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The start time should be1 pm EST.

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Yay, Andrea Earl, sooooo proud of my SAUSD, OCCUE amazing colleague and friend!! 

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I can't get in either.  @meet.google.com/ojp.......just gets me right back here.

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Hi Rosie, 

Were you able to get in? If not, here is a link to the recording. 

Getting Started with CANVAS LMS Live - YouTube 

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I did get on but I didn't understand a thing. Most teachers have used this

program, but I only know Google classroom. I am a slow learner too!

On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 6:06 PM andrea.earl@sausd.us <instructure@jiveon.com>

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Becki, If you are with SAUSD then I suggest you sign up for the course Growing with Canvas.  I think it is very helpful in getting started, and you go at your own pace.   Once I got through how to upload the  assignment part, the rest came easy.....I'm a slow learner too!

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I did. thanks.  R.

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I am a classroom teacher currently teaching 7th grade math. I have been teaching since the time of the dinosaur (aka....the ditto machine) During the last 35 years, I have written numerous grants, spearheaded the implementation of many school-wide & district-wide technology initiatives, presented at numerous conferences including CUE and CMC. I am currently serving on the OCCUE Board as Vice President, Events. I was an early Canvas adopter in my district and have been an enthusiastic Canvas user since 2015. In my "off" time I am an Assistant Scoutmaster with BSA Troop 636, I love to read, scrapbook, hang out at the beach and play board games with my family. I have 2 boys. One is entering high school this year and the other is a college graduate in mechanical engineering. I love to learn new things, share ideas, innovate in my classroom, and support my colleagues as we work together to support or students.