I couldn't think of a better title for these infographics. These are just small chunks of info for teachers to consider as they get their courses established. They sort of follow an order of operations, but I feel like the Essentials series does a better job of a good work-flow. The Essentials are a rebrand of these small tips. But, I like them and think smaller is better...sometimes. You'd have to know me to know that is a big, fat lie. Bigger and more is ALWAYS better.
Thanks to everyone who was able to join us during the Canvas Live event. Linked here is the recordingfrom the session attached is the chat transcript from the session. We wanted to move the discussion, connections and conversations to the Engagement Space where you can start your own discussions, continue to post to this thread and to the video as well.
We hope you all enjoyed hearing what Forney ISD has done as much as we have.
Deciding what constitutes as "intermediate" essentials is such a gray area. I've come up with 24 items that I think may fit. There are three documents in this series and here is the list of what you'll find:
Add a File in a Content Page
Create a Hyperlink to a File
Use Auto-Inline Preview
Enable Attachments for Discussions
Use a File Upload Question
Import ExamView Quizzes
Create a Rubric
Add a Course End Date
Provide Media Feedback
Use Question Banks
Subscribe to the Calendar
Set a Default Grade
Filter Gradebook by Section
Pin a Discussion
Set the Liking Option
Moderate a Quiz
Delay Discussion Posts
Sort Assignments by Missing
Add a Recurring Event
View Page History
I've added the links to the Infographics and attached interactive PDF's below. Hope you find these useful!
After Year Five of our Canvas implementation, teachers are still reluctant to really dive in and use it to its fullest. These Beginner Essentials take a brand new user
or one who has had it on the back shelf for years ...and years... and some more years....
from how to add a professional profile picture to using the scheduler.
I've tried to think through a "best practices" flow for teachers to follow. These are just my ideas and how I think teachers can take steps to use Canvas. Feel free to post your ideas and how I might make adjustments!
Our Department of Education have had the foresight to acknowledge the support schools require when aiming to leverage learning through the use of digital technologies. In my new role as a Blended Learning Leader our team have the privilege of being able to provide this support to schools.
Now that the official end of our previous LMS has come to pass we will be sinking our teeth into using Canvas as a tool to enhance what we already do really well. Last term we spent a lot of time out in schools demonstrating how to use Canvas and highlighting some of the potential it has for teaching and learning.
As email@example.com ‘I never start with, "This is what this tech can do for you." or with "You can do this with this tech." I always start with, "What would you like to be able to do?" Then I show them how it can be done with that tech or some other tech.’