Join Chelsea on a tour of this assignment in the 4-minute video above. How might you blend research, group work, video creation, and friends and family into an empowering and […]
Chelsea Cohen shares a creative, fun, and equitable ice breaker idea using Google Maps and a Canvas Discussion.
Canvas notifications is an automatic way to stay abreast of activity in your courses as well as contributing to regular effective contact with your students. But there are a few […]
If students could ask their college instructors to do one thing, what would it be? What makes a good online class? This student panel archive has these answers and more!
Please click the play button below to listen to Don Carlisle reflect on how and why he records audio feedback in Canvas to enrich his online students’ learning. Or read the […]
You walk into a room. There is a wall in front of you that is full of buttons and colorful signs and little screens with cute animations playing on them. […]
We are a pair of community college ESL teaching veterans, world travelers, lifelong learners and former City College of San Francisco colleagues, who continue to collaborate despite our current North-South […]
Your Home page is a special place in your course. It’s the virtual “first impression” you’re making with students (and remember what Mother said about the importance of first impressions!). […]
Empowering students is a critical part of education and there is room for improvement in the United States. Students need self-worth, motivation, determination, and persistence to thrive in a course, […]
Finding the right way to spin a discussion can be an impactful way to increase student engagement in your online class. Don Carlisle, Economics faculty at Cabrillo College and Modesto […]
Do you wish your students would engage more meaningfully in your online discussions? If so, you might want to reconsider how you are designing your discussion prompts. In this 7-minute […]
Many students are brand new to Canvas or, even if they’ve been using it awhile, just don’t know it very well. You can decrease their floundering and frustration (and make […]