Session Recording: “Building on the Basics: Effective Instruction Practices in Canvas” (Aug. 25, 2022)

Session Description

Have you used Canvas before but never at UWGB? Are you a returning instructor looking to use Canvas beyond the basics of modules and pages? Then please join us in this overview of some Canvas features included in the UWGB digital learning environment.

Pre-Semester Workshops

Get ready to teach! CATL is offering a variety of pre-semester workshops to help instructors prepare their Fall 2022 courses. Each workshop will be held via Zoom. Drop in and meet the CATL team! 

Creating a Dynamic Syllabus: Best Practices (Thursday, Aug. 25, 10 a.m.)

Learn about creating effective syllabi and exchange your ideas with colleagues!

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom


Getting Started with Canvas: Building Your First Module (Thursday, Aug. 25, 1 p.m.) 

New to Canvas and not sure where to start? In this one-hour workshop, we will walk you through the essentials for building your first module!

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom


Building on the Basics: Effective Instruction Practices in Canvas (Thursday, Aug. 25, 2:00 p.m.) 

Have you used Canvas before but never at UWGB? Are you a returning instructor looking to use Canvas beyond the basics of modules and pages? Then please join us in this overview of some Canvas features included in the UWGB digital learning environment.

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom


Using PlayPosit in the Classroom to Collect Live Student Responses (Monday, Aug. 29, 10:30 a.m.)* 

Looking for an audience response system or “clickers” solution for your classroom? Join this session with PlayPosit and CATL to learn how to collect live responses with PlayPosit’s “broadcast” mode.

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom

*Session led by vendor representative with CATL input.


Fostering Engagement in High Enrolled Courses (Monday, Aug. 29, 2:30 p.m.) 

We know that active learning strategies and high-impact practices make a difference. How can we leverage these practices in a high-enrolled context? Join us to discuss strategies and best practices.

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Using Zoom in Streaming and Recording Classrooms (Tuesday, Aug. 30, 11 a.m.)

Learn how to use Zoom to record and stream lectures from specially equipped UWGB classrooms. This session will provide an overview of the entire process, from scheduling to sharing recordings.

Join the workshop in person on the UW-Green Bay Campus in MAC 210!

OR

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom


Using the Syllabus to Set the Tone for Your Class (Tuesday, Aug. 30, 1 p.m.) 

How can a syllabus cover important information and also set a positive, welcoming tone? Attend this interactive session, share your ideas, and come away with new ones.

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom


Exploring the Possibilities of UWGB Modalities  (Wednesday, Aug. 31, 10 a.m.)

Let us help you navigate UWGB’s modalities. Join this interactive session to explore strategies and technology specific to the modalities you are teaching in this fall.

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PlayPosit 101: Intro to Interactive Bulbs with PlayPosit (Wednesday, Aug. 31, 12 p.m.)*

PlayPosit 101 is designed for faculty who have not used PlayPosit previously. Join us for an interactive tutorial that demonstrates how easy it is to add interactions to your video content.

Click here to join the workshop via Zoom

*Session led by vendor representative with CATL input.


Getting Your Canvas Gradebook Going (Thursday, Sept. 1, 1 p.m.)

Maintaining an accurate gradebook in Canvas benefits students in any class modality. Bring your questions to this session as we explore the ins and outs of using the feature-rich Canvas gradebook.

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Hypothesis: A Social Annotation Tool (Thursday, Sept. 1, 2:30 p.m.)*

Learn more about our new tool, Hypothesis, and transform reading from a passive, individual activity to an active, collaborative exchange.

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*Session led by vendor representative with CATL input.


 

Follow up: Collecting and Working with Mid-semester Feedback

Below is the recording of the “Collecting and Working with Mid-semester Feedback Workshop” hosted on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021. We’ve provided the video as a PlayPosit Bulb so that you can engage with questions from the workshop facilitator.

To view the bulb, type your first and last name, then click “Save.”

Here are the resources discussed during the workshop:

We’d love to hear from you!

Let us know how you collect and work with mid-semester feedback. What strategies have you employed? What works? What do students like and what are some areas to avoid? Feel free to share sample prompts and success stories. Comment below or drop us a line at catl@uwbg.edu.