Monthly Archives:: May 2018

CARE Intervention: Resources & Support

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The other day while attending the CARE track, they shared some really neat documents and ideas. And with their permission, I am now sharing them here on circles. For example, here i s a link to 60 Formative Assessment Tools CARE Faculty have many resources and tools available, both campus and college wide.  To support […]

Circles of Innovation: CARE Track Acing Assessment in Canvas

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Retrieval Practice Featured in in the book Make It Stick and supported by quite a bit of research….Retrieval practice is a learning strategy where we focus on getting information out. Through the act of retrieval, or calling information to mind, our memory for that information is strengthened and forgetting is less likely to occur. Retrieval practice is a powerful tool […]

How to Fix and Prevent Accessibility Issues in Your Canvas Course

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Below are some tips for fixing accessibility issues in Canvas after the fact, followed by tips for preventing issues from arising in the first place.   You can learn more about accessibility & universal design at webaim.org & cast.org.  A short link to a handout version of this resource is at: bit.ly/canvasaccessibility How to Fix Accessibility Issues […]

Kaltura Video Quizzing in Canvas

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Have you ever thought about making a video introduction to your online class? What if you could make the video and turn it into an auto-graded video quiz that would let you know that your students had watched it and learned from it. Or Perhaps you have Youtube Videos that you use in class. Would […]