Would folks, pretty please, share/link the most successful parts of their faculty development programs relating to Canvas?
Ideally, as our faculty transition from D2L into Canvas, I'd like to figure out how to successfully encourage them to super-charge the heutagogical and experiential learning elements of their courses. For many, that sounds like "too much work!" and they want to just focus on doing the same ol' same ol' in Canvas (a waste of a promising student-centered LMS!). How do I convince them to change — even just 1-3 things — right away?
Perhaps more realistically, next year — if we can get their attention again — we can put together a Next Steps series on turning the course they just recreated in Canvas into a better one. How do we get them to come back for more?
Any examples you can share and link to that do either of these well? We've tried (with pretty good success) the Active Teaching Labs (seeA Successful Canvas Faculty Development Program), and are currently designing a four-session series on Teaching Effectively in Canvas (Please share ideas & advice!).
I'd love to learn more from the Community, so am tagging Higher Ed folks I've already been learning from:Adam Williams Dave Stephens Linda J. Lee Melanie Kroening Sean Nufer Anthony Bunag Caryn Neiswender Chris Hofer Christopher Casey Crista Calderon Denise Dejonghe Earl Sallade Gerol Petruzella Gregory Beyrer James Jones Jeff Ferner John Thomson KARI JOHNSON Kelley L. Meeusen Ken Black Kenneth Rogers Kona Jones Linda J. Lee Mark Anthoney Matthew Jennings Rob Gibson Robbie Grant Admin Sharmaine Regisford Steven Williams Susan Hicks (UCF-CDL) Tom Gibbons Tracey DeLillo