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How to show parents the canvas experience

Does anyone out there have a document sent to k-12 parents with explanation about Canvas, how to use it - how to see their students' assignment and scores? 

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Hi, sbaltinester@sdja.com Welcome to the Canvas Community! Since this isn't a question about InstructureCon, we're moving it to the https://community.canvaslms.com/groups/k12?sr=search&searchId=62634e8b-a96d-4d2e-9895-053de1563bc3&s...‌ group. If you're not yet a member of that group, you can easily join by clicking on the link to the group and selecting Join Group from the Actions dropdown that appears at the upper right of the group home page.

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Hi sbaltinester@sdja.com,

Last year I created a little video targeting our parent group and put it on You Tube.  This covered the basics of using Canvas.  I will be doing an updated version for 2017 in the next couple of weeks.   I had a suggestion to create a one/two page hand out that covers the highlights as well.   Here is last year's video. Canvas starts toward the middle.   

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Thank you

Shifra Baltinester

Technology Director

San Diego Jewish Academy

p. (858) 704-3756 | f. (858) 704-3850 | www.SDJA.com<http://www.SDJA.com>;

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Have you made any videos or instructions yet? Excited to see it Smiley Happy 

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Yes, look at my post above, I included the link to last year's video.  The 2017 video for parents will be done by 3rd week of August and I'll be happy to share with you and the community.  

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Hi!

Thank you sbaltinester@sdja.com for submitting this question! Based on your inquiry, I feel that this is a better discussion than a question that has a single “correct” answer. However, because another Community member has clicked the “I also have this question!” button, I am unable to convert it to a discussion for an ongoing conversation.

Because it is my goal to clean up the K-12 space before the end of 2018 so only the only open questions are those that are still relevant!

With that goal in mind, I am going to mark this question as “Assumed Answered” so it is removed from the list. The status will not prevent Community members from contributing and continuing this conversation! Smiley Happy

Community Onward,

Kristin

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