Canvas Drop-in Support Reminder

And Other, Upcoming Canvas Learning Opportunities

CANVAS DROP-IN SUPPORT

Always at the PDC, (almost) always from 3:30-6:00, always focused on the support you want . . .


No sign-up necessary, arrive anytime before 5:00 pm. Come-and-go. Not for CPE credit.


- Monday, January 4 (SPECIAL ALL DAY Drop-in Canvas Support, 8:00 - 4:30)

- Tuesday, January 5

- Tuesday, January 12

THE CANVAS CHALLENGE COURSE

The Canvas Challenge is a multi-week course in which participants build a lesson in their own Canvas course shell. Completion of this course earns participants 4 hours* of CPE credit in Eduphoria. More information can be found here.


*Time calculated for a participant with average tech proficiency (for some participants, it may take more or less than 4 hours to complete the coursework). Partial credit will not be awarded.


Enrollment for each cohort is capped at 30 participants. The course will take place once each six weeks and you can sign up for your preferred cohort below (make sure you are logged into your AISD Google account):


Canvas Challenge - 4th Six Weeks

Canvas Challenge - 5th Six Weeks

Canvas Challenge - 6th Six Weeks


Feedback from previous Challenge participants:

  • "I appreciate a quality instructional experience that really helped me to learn the system and provide a new method of instruction for my students."
  • "I really liked being able to complete the assignments on my own time, from the comfort of home. I would love to participate in more courses like this."
  • "I enjoyed doing the training online this way. I got to play around and was able to process things."

CANVAS 201 COURSE **New**

Interested in a personalized and competency-based professional learning experience to develop sophisticated blended learning and 'level II' Canvas skills?


The Canvas 201 course will begin next semester for a pilot cohort of AISD teachers and staff. View the course syllabus here.


To sign up for the pilot cohort, please click here. More information will be provided in early January.

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