In this video, Dani Sloan describes and models best practices for virtual meetings and how to make them as efficient and effective as possible.
Learn @ Home Series
Timely information for teachers, students, parents and caregivers to help learning continue beyond face-to-face environments.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen shows the lessons from Nearpod that help inform students about health, wellness, concerns around COVID-19 and more. The screencast displays how you can save and share, enabling you to adapt the content for your class.
In this video, Dani Sloan explains section by section the different aspects of communication available in Canvas. She covers the Canvas inbox, the speedgrader tool and, the fan-favorite, "message students who" tool.
This video is made for Kindergarten through second grade teachers interesting in using Canvas with their learners. We talk about techniques and hacks specifically for our youngest students.
In this video, Jared Fawson takes a deeper dive into all the different features of creating discussions in Canvas. He shows which features work best based on the lesson or assignment.
In this video, Dani Sloan goes through the tool Flipgrid and how it is used to connect to your students. Dani will walk us through creating a flipgrid, managing student responses and viewing student videos.
In this video, Jared Fawson teaches instructors how to engage and connect via online discussions. He addresses the pros and cons of online discussion platforms and provides the support to work through it.
In this video, Jami Gardner shows us the fun and hidden Utah's Online Library resource, Wonderopolis! This resource is ideal for exploring little-known facts and engaging students' critical thinking skills.
In this video, Jared Fawson teaches us how to use Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints for research. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints is the premier online resource covering today's issues and can be found in Utah's Online Library.
In this episode, Jared Fawson teaches us the secrets of adapting modules in Canvas to suit your teaching style or your students' needs. He covers rearranging modules, requiring student submissions, duplicating assignments and more.
In this episode, Jared Fawson gives us the basics of creating modules in Canvas. This video is for people who have just started using courses in Canvas and need help inputting content. Watch and follow along!
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen takes us through the history of the Canvas app and how educators can optimize assignments/lessons to fit their mobile learners' needs.
In this video, Shannon Ririe helps us find different indicators of your students' performance in Canvas outside of the gradebook. She teaches us how to use the "People" tool to see student activity, progress and mor
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen shows us how to easily create a Nearpod lesson in Google Slides with the Nearpod “add-on”.
In this quick screencast, Michael Hakkarinen, demonstrates how teachers can set up a student-paced Lesson in Nearpod.
In this video, Dani Sloan informs us about the resources available in Preschool Path for our youngest learners. You will learn about preMedia, activity calendars, resources just for parents and online learning games.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen talks us through making a quiz using Google Forms. We learn that with access to Google Suite, anyone can make a gradable quiz to share.
In this video, Jami Gardner shows the process of adding video within Canvas. She explains the different uses of video communication, from teacher end to student end, and shows you how implement it step by step.
In this video, Rob Bentley teaches us how to access several interactive, educational games that you can use in the home or as homework assignments for students.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen models how you can integrate Nearpod seamlessly into Canvas. This lesson will cover making Nearpod an embedded assignment along with covering how to view student reports without leaving Canvas.