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Introduction to Teaching with Canvas (S17B08)

with Greg Beyrer
Mon, 04/10/2017 (All day) - Fri, 05/05/2017 (All day) (Pacific Time)

Status: Waitlist

NOTE: This class is currently at capacity.  However, we are accepting a small number to a waitlist in case of a cancellation.  If a virtual seat opens, you will be contacted by an @ONE staff member. To join the waitlist, click the Register button. Alternatively, check the listings for additional sessions being offered.

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This course introduces you to how to teach using the Canvas learning management system by Instructure. You will learn how the system works through a series of curated readings and recall what you have learned through formative quizzes. You will also practice what you have learned through a series of hands-on exercises focused on the subject you teach. Finally you will reflect on the tools in Canvas through a shared discussion with other participants sharing this part of our professional journey.

Learning Outcomes

    By the end of this course you’ll be able to use Canvas to apply Chickering and Gamson's "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" in the following ways:
  • Facilitate contact between students and faculty by creating a bio and setting communication expectations
  • Develop reciprocity and cooperation among students by creating a community of discourse on discussions
  • Encourage active learning by choosing a course home page that will help students succeed
  • Give prompt feedback through the use of immediately scored exams
  • Emphasize time on task by adding events to the course calendar
  • Communicate high expectations by sharing the syllabus online
  • Respect diverse talents and ways of learning by presenting content in a variety of formats

Requirements for Completion:

    A passing performance on the following:
  • Participation in all required discussions
  • Completion of quizzes and reflection activities
  • Completion of assigned, hands-on exercises in course shells

Hours Required


This is a 4-week course. Course completion, including reading, online discussions, and assignments, will take approximately 10 hours per week for a total of 40 hours. Your time commitment will vary based upon your own level of experience with web technologies.

Recommended Skills

  • Basic computer skills (use of word processor, e-mail, file organization, and compression/decompression)
  • Basic Internet skills (use of browser, searches, uploading and downloading files)
  • Familiarity with discussion boards
  • An open mind and willingness to try new things

Technical Requirements

  • Fairly recent Mac or PC (not more than three years old) with a current operating system
  • Current browser (Firefox or Chrome are preferable)
  • Internet connection, preferably broadband (DSL speeds)

Fees:

California Public Educational Institution $65
Private or non-California Educational Institution$130
Other$240

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