With the evolution of COVID19, we’ve seen education institutions scramble with great agility to create a digital learning space for all students. This is especially true with our youngest learners requiring a unique digital environment to learn, engagement and ultimately grow.
But what does a good Canvas course look like for these students? What functionality and techniques can we use to create the best User Experience? What part should the parent play and how should we involve them through Canvas?
The Canvas Customer Success team would like to invite you as we navigate these questions (plus much more). We’ve developed two sessions; One focusing on the functionality and tools within Canvas as well as an online discussion with learning experts who’ve devised and created successful learning strategies.
Using Canvas to expedite enhanced learning.
Su TEMLETT, our resident K-6 Learning Consultant, worked through key concepts and how they can be tailored within your Canvas instance. 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
- Slide Deck - Using Canvas to expedite enhanced learning
- Chat Transcript - Using Canvas to expedite enhanced learning
Canvas Guide - New Quizzes
Canvas Guide - Discussions
- Canvas Guide - How do I record media using the New Rich Content Editor as a student?
Canvas Guide - Recording Video as an Instructor
Canvas Guide - Recording Video as a Student
- Canvas Community - Let Them be little: Canvas Elementary Theme
- Video - Tips and Tools for Parents to Help Kids learn at Home
- Video - K-5 Canvas Adoption + Features to Support Elementary Engagement