Distance Learning Resources Specific to Your Role
4 Ways to Create Consistency For Remote Learners
As students and parents settle into their distance learning routines, there’s one question on every educator’s mind, “How do we ensure learning occurs for every student—virtual or not?”
The Fundamental Five
A transition to distance learning from home begins with a clear focus on what concerns students have. Use this simple framework as a foundation for communication.
Canvas For Leaders with The Canvascasters
Trenton Goble connects with Eddie Small and Marcus Painter to discuss important implementation strategies for leaders and share advice for getting started with Canvas LMS.
Leadership and Instructional Continuity
Dr. Tracy Weeks connects with Todd Theobald and Rich Wilson to discuss the importance of quality instructional content and effective professional development in preparation for next year.
Center for Leadership and Learning
Get the latest insights from school and district leaders together about how to improve communication, consistency, culture, and collective teacher efficacy.
If your district needs to purchase now, there are a few critical questions to ask to ensure you get the security, scalability and support you need.
Canvas 101: Strategies to Get Started
Helpful tips and tricks on getting started with Canvas from Chris Giles, an Oregon-based educator and Canvas user.
Prepare to Launch with Canvas LMS
A quick start guide to Canvas with all of the essentials you’ll need to support teachers and students adapting to distance learning.
Using Canvas to Communicate with Students
Get insights on the best tools to use for taking your classroom online with Canvas from “The Canvascasters”, Eddie Small and Marcus Painter.
Teacher Quick Start Checklist
Our teacher checklist provides a high-level overview of steps to take as you continue to transition from face-to-face to distance learning with Canvas.
K-12 MasteryConnect Resources
MasteryConnect supports schools and districts in delivering curriculum and assessments online. Access these tips and resources to help.
Jared Stein, VP of Higher Ed Strategy, Canvas, shares insights and tips on seven core tools to help you adapt to distance learning.
Understanding Your Child’s Canvas Account
Shara Johnson, a Canvas expert, educator, and parent, will guide you through the most important Canvas features for parents to understand from a student perspective.
K12 Parents Survey
A recent survey of K12 parents uncovers new challenges parents are facing. Learn more about these findings and a few tips for supporting your learners at home.
Tips and Tricks for Parents
For parents dealing with the transition to remote learning, we gathered together educators (who are also parents) to share their insights.
Tools and Features for Parents
Our training team pulled together an overview of tools and features available to parents in the Canvas parent app.
Get the Canvas Parent App
When you download the Canvas Parent app, you’ll be able to quickly view assignment due dates, announcements, events, and grades.
Access these community resources to help you create an account, familiarize yourself with Canvas, and participate in your Canvas courses.
Adjusting to Distance Learning in High School
Hear how our 2019 scholarship winners are adjusting to learning from home.
A Family Affair
Get tips and advice from a family of Canvas Superheroes: The Timbs family. Hear from a Canvas Admin, 5th Grade teacher, PHD student and university sophomore.
Additional Resources and Insights
Our community continues to be amazing, coming together to support each other. Here, you'll find resources curated for instructors, students, parents and admins.
K12 and the CARES Act: What Leaders Need to Know
Learn the most important considerations for state leaders using CARES funds to improve learning in a new era of K12 education.
Promoting Student Voice in the Remote Classroom
Strategies to keep the conversation going in a remote classroom using peer reviews and discussions in Canvas LMS.
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