Self-Paced Course: Foundations of Teaching with Canvas

This self-paced course is for those who are unfamiliar with Canvas and would like to start building their courses from a solid foundation. 

🎯 Learning outcomes 

  • Participants will explore the key tools of Canvas: discussions, gradebook, assignment, quizzes, and pages. 
  • Participants will implement course elements in Canvas while learning about them.

⏳ Time commitment

  • This self-paced course takes about five hours to complete.
  • We ask that those who sign up at this time complete the course by the end of May, 2021.

🔨 Deliverable 

Participants will develop the beginnings of a course in Canvas using a guided checklist to demonstrate mastery of the core functions of Canvas. One of the CATL staff will review the course you’re working on with a rubric that is available within Foundations.

💵 Compensation 

Participants will earn $150 for completing their Canvas course checklist.

🔑 To register 

Please see our registration form to register for this program. 

Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education. Asynchronous discussions in Canvas: March 29 through April 16. Live discussion via Microsoft Teams: Thursday, Apr. 22, 1-2 p.m. This event is a part of a larger series created in collaboration with the faculty of the First Nations Studies program. Stay tuned for more information on upcoming events.

Reading Group: “Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education” (Mar. 29–Apr. 16) (Live Session: Apr. 22)

Our next CATL “Tough Talk” will be around the book Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education by editors Heather J. Shotton, Shelly C. Lowe, and Stephanie J. Waterman. This book will help us lead discussions about how to better support our First Nations students and support those who are trying to remove the asterisk as a signaling tool for First Nations peoples in research and practice. You can access the e-book for free through the library.

From Mar. 29 through Apr. 16 we will host asynchronous discussions covering readings and resources our co-facilitator, Crystal Lepscier, finds of value for this topic. We’ll leave the discussions open for about three weeks, and then those of us who are able to meet online will convene on Thursday, Apr. 22 from 1–2 p.m. via Microsoft Teams to discuss some actionable, tangible strategies or steps we can take to affect change at UW-Green Bay. We will also be joined by Adrienne Thunder and Steven Martin, co-authors of Chapter 2, for our discussions! Click below to register for access to the Canvas course and meeting link.

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This event is a part of a larger series created in collaboration with the staff and faculty of the First Nations Studies program. View the series, titled Building Our Shared Stories Through First Nations Student Engagement, and a complete list of events here.