Full course description
Intended Audience: This course is intended for faculty in any K-20+ environment. It will also be beneficial for anyone who will be creating a course, for example, school and district administrators as well as university course designers.
Purpose: This course is designed to help teachers learn how to use Canvas effectively in brick and mortar classrooms AND on-line learning environments. If you are an on-line instructor, please note that while the course will refer to 'classrooms' the content applies to on-line environments as well.
Method: Professional learners (teachers) in this course will watch videos, use Canvas documentation and participate in discussions to learn and apply that learning to their classroom. Along the way, faculty will earn Kung Fu Canvas belts (badges) to demonstrate their accomplishments.
Resources: The content of this course compiles material from 3 primary sources: Canvas Video Guides, FastTrack videos and the Canvas Help Guides. All of these resource are available at any time, in any sequence in the Canvas Community. This course simply takes these resources and arranges them in a sequence that is easy to follow and apply in the K-12 classroom.
LIVE training information: Tuesday, January 19, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom and Canvas. Details will be emailed once you enroll in this course.
Course Time: This training is estimated to take about 6 hours to complete.
SDCOE Innovation Division Innovative Digital Learning Micro-courses are featured in our digital professional learning program for educators to learn technology tools to increase innovation and equitable learning practices. Reflective digital professional learnings provide school districts with innovative solutions for professional growth. These asynchronous and synchronous micro-courses will provide resources, best instructional practices, technology tools, and guided support for educators as they move forward with virtual, blended, and in-person teaching and learning. Educators, administrators, and school staff will learn tips and strategies to support high quality equity and access to distance learning for all students. Integrating these technology resources in instruction will support educators to improve and customize learning for all students. Be inspired as you access a repository of resources and tutorials that promote a reflective practice to improve equity within distance learning.
Innovative Digital Learning Micro-courses are designed to:
For a listing of other SDCOE Canvas Catalog Courses visit: https://bit.ly/SDCOECatalog
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Micro-courses are in the SDCOE Canvas Learning Management System. You will receive an email with directions on how to access the micro-course immediately after registration.
If you are registering for a fee-based course, you will receive payment directions in a follow up email. Fee-based courses will be invoiced for each participant registration. Once each course registration is complete, the participant will receive a follow up email with payment information. Payment for fee-based courses must be submitted to the San Diego County Office of Education. Course payment methods include: Check, Purchase Order, Money Order, or SDCOE Inter-Department Transfer.
Please send payments to:
San Diego County Office of Education
Attention: Marco Gonzalez, Innovation Division
6401 Linda Vista Road, Room 412
San Diego, CA 92111
Include a memo with participant's name and course name.