Workshops

Find Summer 2020 Programming at Pathways for Digitally Enhanced Teaching

Upcoming Workshops

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Date & Time
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Creating an Engaging Discussion Activity - Part 2

In this workshop, we will explore the Canvas Discussion tool as a way to support student engagement and learning.

Presented by: Armeda Reitzel, Communication

Tuesday, May 12th, 1:00p-1:30p

 

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Get to Know Canvas New Features

Have you ever wondered about the new features in Canvas? Are you teaching this summer or want to get a peek at what’s coming?  This 30-minute workshop will introduce you to the feature options page in Canvas and we will look at the new Rich Content Editor live on May 20th. 

Presented by: Becky Williams, Center for Teaching & Learning

Wednesday, May 13th, 10:00a-10:30a

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Look and Feel Good With Zoom

Join the CTL as we cover elements that will help you look good and feel good on Zoom. No experience or special equipment needed to make small changes to your lighting, background and more. This session will have you designing an environment you can feel good within.

Presented by: Morgan Barker, Center for Teaching & Learning

Thursday, May 14th, 10:00a-10:30a

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Recorded Workshops

 

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Recordings and Resources
H5P: A Tool for Interactive Learning

H5P is just the tool to combine text, images, audio or video in ways that engage students.

Presented by: Sue Armitage, CTL

Zoom Recorded Webinar

Humanizing Online in the Final Weeks

We will discuss and share some essential humanizing strategies to support our students and ourselves in the final weeks of the semester.

Presented by: Kim Vincent-Layton, CTL

Recording 4/30/20: Humanizing Online in the Final Weeks

Humanizing Collective Resource Doc

Using Free Remind Service for Sending Texts to Students

Learn how to use this messaging app to effectively reach out to your students!

Presented by: Deidre Pike, Journalism

Recording: Using Free Remind Service for Sending Texts to Students

Creating an Engaging Discussion Activity

In this workshop, we will explore the Canvas Discussion tool as a way to support student engagement and learning.

Presented by: Armeda Reitzel, Communication

Recording: Part 1

Recording: Part 2

Workshop Integrated Presentation

Checking in: Well-Being Inquiry as Part of Class

Ask students about their well-being using Flipgrid and Canvas Announcements.

Presented by Brandilynn Villarreal, Psychology

Recording: Checking in, Well-Being Inquiry as Part of Class

Coordinating Appointments with Google Calendar and Zoom Virtual Office Hours

Recording: Coordinating Appointments with Google Calendar and Zoom Virtual Office Hours

Get Started Strategies for Teaching Through Disruption

This guide will explore some key teaching decisions to consider, walk through where to find resources, discuss practical considerations, and share tips for ensuring your students feel supported.

Getting Started Strategies for Teaching Through Disruption Recording


Keep Teaching Remote Worksheet

Humanizing Online Learning and Teaching

As we make choices to adapt our instruction to alternative modes, humanizing the experience is essential to learning. In this session we will explore a variety of humanizing strategies and tools that support the connection between the cognitive and affective domains that are integral to learning.

Humanizing Online Learning and Teaching Recording


Humanizing Learning and Teaching in Times of Disruption

Engaged Learning with a Toolkit of Technologies

What’s out there besides Canvas tools? Let’s dive into more ideas and technologies to engage students in their learning and keep them connected during times of disruption.

Engaged Learning with a Toolkit of Technologies Recording


VoiceThread Example Assignment

Canvas Basics: Course Set-Up, Communication, and Share Files

This session will provide a brief overview of the interface and basic features of Canvas. The Keep Teaching Basic Template will be introduced to help you organize your course. Each of the following tools will be shared: Navigation, Settings, Syllabus, Communication, Files.

Canvas Basics: Course Set-Up, Communication, and Share Files Recording

Creating and Organizing Content in Canvas

This session builds upon the Canvas Basics by focusing on the creation of content in Canvas to support learning and teaching. You will be introduced to a variety of Canvas tools designed to help you meet your needs, including Pages and Modules.

Creating and Organizing Content in Canvas Recording 

Canvas GradeBook Basics: Streamlining Grading

Learn the basics of Canvas GradeBook, including set-up, extra credit, grading efficiency strategies, calculating course grade.

Grading Basics Microlearning

Collecting Assignments and Delivering Tests in Canvas

In this session you will have an opportunity to familiarize yourself and make choices among the various Canvas assessment features and functionalities. We will explore the following tools: Assignments, Quizzes/Exams, Rubrics, Speedgrader, and Course Analytics.

AT Guide: Collecting Assignments and Delivering Tests in Canvas - Keep Teaching Video Tutorials

Student Engagement and Collaboration in Canvas

In this session we will explore and apply Canvas tools and various pedagogies of your choice that support student engagement and interaction, including Discussions, Page (as a wiki), Collaborations, Groups, and Peer Review.

Student Engagement and Collaboration in Canvas Slides

Canvas Guides

Zoom Basics: Using Zoom Tools for Learning and Teaching

You will learn the basics of using Zoom, how to set up a Zoom live session, practice the basic tools including Microphone, Video, Participants, Chat, and Screenshare.

Zoom Basics Microlearning

Creating recorded Lectures Using Zoom

Create microlectures using your HSU Zoom account. We will explore the different ways lectures can be recorded including video, voice over PowerPoint presentations. You will be connected to digital resources that can provide guidance to support your continued work. Recommended: Zoom Basics

Creating recorded Lectures Using Zoom Recording


Steps to Create Recorded Lectures in Zoom

Creating Accessible Course Materials

This is an opportunity to work through your course materials to make them accessible for student use. We will work with Canvas Ally to evaluate the extent to which your materials are accessible and use its features to translate materials into various formats. We will also address how to caption video lectures.

Creating Accessible Course Materials Microlearning