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Canvas Leadership Series

Build an equitable foundation for learning. Presented by:

Dr. Dean Wilson, Vice President of Student Services for Uintah Basin Technical College

Dr. Dean Wilson

Vice President of Student Services for Uintah Basin Technical College

Todd Theobald, Award winning educator and NAESP National Distinguished Principal

Todd Theobald

Award winning educator and NAESP National Distinguished Principal

Nancy Brightwell,  Executive Director of a Turnaround Initiative and the Central 1 Learning Community

Nancy Brightwell

Executive Director of a Turnaround Initiative and the Central 1 Learning Community, Charlotte Mecklenburg School District, NC

Shara Johnson, Executive for the Nebraska Educational Service Unit #2 and oversees the Canvas implementation for 14 school districts

Shara Johnson

Executive for the Nebraska Educational Service Unit #2 and oversees the Canvas implementation for 14 school districts

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Attend a Virtual Institute

Reserve your spot at this interactive professional development experience to collaborate with other K–12 instructional leaders from around the world.

Scheduling & Pricing

  • $800 per seat
  • Four 2-hour sessions
  • Sessions available in September, October, and November 2020
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Host a Virtual Workshop

Schedule an exclusive Canvas Leadership Institute at your own district to unite K–12 leaders and instructional coaches around a common goal.

Scheduling & Pricing

  • $7,500 for up to 25 participants
  • $250 for each additional participant
  • Four 2-hour sessions
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Series Overview

Session 1: Canvas and The Fundamental Five

Dive deep to understand how the basic functionalities of Canvas support administrators and teachers in providing equitable access to learning both in and out of the classroom. This hands-on orientation introduces participants to the Fundamental Five, a framework for improving communication with students and parents.

Session 2: The Canvas Quick Commit

Learn actionable steps and strategies for getting your Canvas implementation off the ground. This interactive session ensures school and district leaders can articulate and demonstrate how to begin using Canvas on a daily basis with The Canvas Quick Commit. Participants will be given a powerful framework to accelerate teacher buy-in and promote meaningful Canvas usage.

Session 3: Make Learning Personal with a Culture of Success

Create and maintain a strong Canvas foundation you can grow into, rather than out of. This session will help school and district leaders rise above fleeting education trends and focus on what matters most, making learning personal for every student. Participants will develop an understanding of how they can use Canvas to connect with students and provide valuable feedback.

Session 4: Create your P4C (Plan for Canvas)

Identify clear and actionable steps for supporting long-term Canvas usage. Upon the completion of this session and culmination of this series, you will be equipped with a Plan for Canvas that will be specific to the needs, culture, and initiatives of your school or district.

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Learn How Canvas Can Support Personalized Learning

Attend a Virtual Leadership Symposium for an introduction to Canvas, how it provides equitable access to high-quality content and instruction, and what is needed to lead a successful implementation.

Scheduling & Pricing

  • $750 for up to 30 participants
  • 1-Hour session
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