Su Temlet, our resident K-6 Learning Consultant, worked through key concepts and how they can be tailored within your Canvas instance specifically for K6/P6 students. These concepts included:
Leveraging off New Quizzes and stimulus functionality
Driving deeper engagement with Discussions
Using Audio and Video within Canvas to elucidate student ideas
How to design a truly blended learning experience - Season '20 // Episode 12. In this webinar, we looked at what it actually means to design a truly blended learning experience. This means, regardless of what happens in the world, your educational offering has agility and flexibility.
We’ve challenged the status quo on what is possible in the digital learning environment since the COVID19 pandemic. But investing in an LMS should not be purely based on a reaction. It should be based on the vision you and your team have for teaching in learning within your school or institution. After all, you are educators first and foremost.
During this webinar, we showcased short term strategies for exams that you can quickly implement. We also discussed longer-term strategies that don’t involve online proctoring and rounded it out with a Q&A discussion with our specials guests.
Delivering asynchronous learning using Canvas Studio - Season '20 // Episode 07. We've continued rolling out the hits this week with resident in-house guru Greg Faller, showcasing how Canvas Studio can play an integral learning and analytical component within your institution's instance.
Web Conferences not your thing? How about asynchronous learning designs? - Season '20 // Episode 06. This webinar explored asynchronous learning design approaches. The goal of the webinar was to showcase a learning experience that is more resilient, sustainable and provides students with the flexibility to learn when it suits them, but is still structured and supportive.
7 Practical Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Online Classroom - Season '20 // Episode 05. In this webinar, @logan (Customer Success Manager) will cover 7 practical strategies to get the most out of any live online session - no matter the video conferencing tool you use within Canvas. The strategies will link to Canvas tools and will include free tools and resources you can download and use tomorrow!
In this webinar, we focused on how you can integrate Canvas into your teaching space. We examined four widely used metaphors for the physical and online teaching space, Campfire, Watering Hole, Cave, Mountain Top and illustrated how Canvas items can be best utilised in each situation.
Contingency planning for online classrooms with Canvas- Season '20 // Episode 02. As part of the ever-changing landscape associated with the global COVID19 pandemic, we sat down with Yarra Valley Grammar's Philip Callil to talk about considerations for preparing your institution for imminent closure.
Grow, Adapt & Change- Season '20 // Episode 01. Explore embracing change, adaptation, and growth on the path to student success
Using H5P with Canvas- Season '19 // Episode 10. In this webinar, we talk to Kerri Buttery who uses H5P content within Canvas to help create simple and more engaging content. This is an abbreviated version of the presentation that Kerri showcased at the recent VELG conference. You will see how to use H5P as well as how to embed content into Canvas for different student experience.
DESIGN - How To Do Page Layouts in Canvas Without Using Tables- Season '19 // Episode 09. Switching from traditional desktop publishing content to web content can be a paradigm shift to how your students consume content for learning. There are lots of different considerations when developing web-consumable content. Content is accessed on many different types of devices via the internet and choosing how to present that via a web interface allows you to do things you might not have been able to do before.
Enhance your learning through video with Canvas Studio. -Season '19 // Episode 08. The use of video is transforming teaching and learning by encouraging learners to digest content at their own pace and explore content more deeply during class time. Canvas Studio is a modern video platform that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video media. Studio makes it easy for staff to create engaging video and for students to participate in dynamic conversations and assessments as they view the video independently. As well as providing a platform for students (who might otherwise be passive and non-participatory in class) to interact and participate.