Posts Categorized: Circles

Bricks, Clicks and Teacher Tricks for Engaging Gen Z

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Thank you for coming to my session today at the BJ Moore Center for Faculty Innovation. As I noted in the presentation,  this page is your outsourced memory for the session. Feel free to take any of these ideas and remix them and share them as you see fit. If you would like to contact me, please […]

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 […]

Lessons Learned: Facilitating Your Course in Canvas

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Date: Wednesday, March 28th, 2018       Time: 1 – 3 p.m. Faculty and staff are invited to join faculty members who are currently piloting spring courses in Canvas to hear the lessons learned from their experiences delivering courses in Canvas. The Lessons Learned in Delivering Courses in Canvas webinar will be live on Wednesday, […]

Learning Day 2018: Bricks, Clicks and Teacher Tricks

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  Hello and Welcome! We hope you enjoyed our presentation at Learning Day 2018. As promised, here is your outsourced memory for our session. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact either of us. James May  and  Sharon May We started today with a creativity challenge. How did you do? Did you have […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Appy Hour

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There are so many apps available for teachers that it is difficult to summarize. We tried last month in our Appy Hour, but while sharing with teachers, we actually learned about additional apps that we are currently working on some training posts for. Listed below you will find a variety of apps and strategies you […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Dazzling Design

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*Remember the To Do List – items that are in Canvas as assignments automatically show up in: Assignments, calendar, syllabus, & the canvas app. Students don not necessarily have to view course content to take exams or complete assignments. You need to remember this as you design. Embedding 101 for Canvas – Canvas makes it […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Communication & Collaboration

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Snapchat Takaways – When Snapchat first started, users could only record snaps that were about 10 seconds long. Because many of our modern students use snapchat in their personal lives, teachers have started using Snapchat like video takaways for assignments. This can be used before or after class. Basically, students are asked to submit an […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Resources

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What resource can I use with canvas? Are there tools that can help me enhance my classes? OERs – We continue to get requests on where and how teachers can learn more about OER. In fact, just the other day, Page and I did a OER for Business session for the division on west campus. If […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Assessment

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Plagiarism Checker – The Unicheck plagiarism checker has been enabled in Canvas to allow instructors and students to check papers for similarity and originality.  This video walks through how to enable the Unicheck option in Canvas assignments and how to access and interpret the reports that it generates. First Fives – What are you doing during the first five […]

The Instructuregogy Wheel: Time Savers

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  Calendar – The Calendar is a great way to view everything you have to do for all your courses in one place. You can view calendar events by day, week, month, or agenda list. The calendar also includes access to the Scheduler, which is an optional scheduling tool in Canvas. Permanent Clipboard allows you to save […]

Circles of Innovation

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Thank you for coming to the session today.  As we noted in the presentation,  this page is your outsourced memory for our session. Feel free to take our ideas and remix them and share them as you see fit. If you have additional questions and would like to contact me, please feel free to email me. Sparks – […]

Educause 2017

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Thank you for attending our session at Educuase 2017. Below you will find the interactive outsourced memory of our session.    

Canvage: Detangling Solution

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  Does the Blackboard to Canvas transition have you tied up in knots? Are you looking to start right, but are not sure where to begin? Would you like some tips and tricks on how best to roll your Blackboard content to Canvas? Might we suggest… CANVAGE The Detangling Solution designed for faculty all tangled […]

Lessons Learned in Designing Courses in Canvas: A Conversation

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On November 13th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm the Circles team hosted a live-stream panel discussion with our local Canvas Pilot faculty. In this session, Pilot faculty discussed some of the lessons learned from designing courses in and testing content using Canvas.  Below you will find the recording of that session.

Faculty and Instructional Development at Valencia

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Click the image below or this link to view the 2017 Faculty and Instructional Development Graphic. Valencia College has a Teaching and Learning Division which houses Faculty and Instructional Development, the Teaching/Learning Academy for tenure-track faculty, Online Teaching and Learning, and Strategic Learning Initiatives (such as our QEP). The division is led by an Assistant Vice […]