Explore strategies to reinvent your classroom with flipped course design, hybrid and online modes of course delivery, and best practices for universally engaged and accessible teaching.
As technology continues to evolve, explore how to help teach critical thinking and communication skills critical to 21st Century students' success in the workplace.
Backwards Course Design challenges educators to identify what learners should know, understand, and be able to do through learning experiences and instruction.
Apply Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning (CTML) in your teaching to help students organize their cognitive processes across verbal and non-verbal modalities of learning.
As instructors and course designers, can we use anything available on the Internet and reproduce content for our students? Get the facts on Academic Fair Use copyright laws.
Hybrid learning is a distinct and rich combination of in-person and asynchronous instruction. Learn more about effective facilitation for successful hybrid course delivery.
Thinking about flipping your classroom? Explore strategies to help students prepare materials outside of class time and come to class ready for higher-level cognitive activities.
Canvas Commons is a learning object repository that enables educators to find, import, and share resources. Learn more about this database of activities and modules available now on Canvas.