SIS flexibility and customization with Canvas partner Kimono
Do you wish your integration would give you more flexibility? You need the ability to alter the structure per school, customize cross-listings, and filter and shape your SIS data. Join us for a 30-minute webinar exploring the Kimono Canvas Integration. See a demo of the real-time, bi-directional integration and find out how it can make Canvas adapt to your district, schools, and teachers.
Teaching Math and Technology in a 1:1 Environment
Join us as we explore the benefits of technology integration in the math classroom for both educators and students. Topics will include using a learning management system and Google Apps for Education; experiencing a flipped/blended classroom; and creating a student-centric classroom through the use of technology.
Tech Learning Tools for College Prep
How do you prepare graduating students with the right learning tools needed to succeed in Higher Ed? And how do you help them continue to succeed? Presenters from both Harvard University and Phillips Academy, Andover answer these questions while sharing strategies on how to drive better adoption and usage of learning tools as well as what has and has not worked for them when adopting an LMS.
Technology that Helps Build Better Teachers Today, Tomorrow and Beyond
Looking for a better way to identify and reach students with special academic needs?
Using an LMS Is Not a Matter of If, But When
K-12 technology initiatives benefit greatly by having an easy-to-use, highly adoptable LMS to facilitate interactions between teachers, students, and content. If you’re not using an LMS today, find out why Tempe Union HSD thinks you will be (or at least should be) soon.
Using Course Analytics to Improve Your Course Design
Online courses are usually designed based on one or more of a number of factors, including: 1) faculty experience, 2) pedagogical principles, 3) institutional guidelines, and 4) classroom components. All of these contribute to the final design and flow of a course. Until now, it has been difficult to assess how well courses actually meet many institutional and teaching goals. While assessments seek to evaluate whether students have acquired skills and knowledge, there has been little examination of the actual learning process from students’ perspective aside from anecdotal survey responses. The ability to extract learner interaction data from modern LMS platforms has begun to provide insight into what students actually do in a course—how often they work in the course, the order in which they interact with course content, patterns of interactions that can reveal content and process problems, and so on. Using data from two sample courses, Pamela Wik-Grimm will give examples of course design issues uncovered by analyzing student data. Solving these issues provides benefits, including improved student completion rates, reduced instructor teaching burden, and help for institutions in meeting budgetary and student performance goals.
Using Google App Scripts and Spreadsheets to Analyze Canvas Usage Data
JISC Cetis will introduce some basic Google Spreadsheet features. They will also show you how to dig deeper with Canvas API integrations using Google Apps Script and Google Spreadsheets. In the end, you'll have a better understanding of learning analytics and how to collect and measure data about learners.
What Your Students Need to Know About Canvas
Knowing your Canvas platform better than your students will help you become a more effective online teacher. This webinar will give you an overview of Canvas and the things your students will need to know, including how to navigate Canvas and understand all the tools it has to offer. We'll show you the ins and outs so you can navigate Canvas better than your students.