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Grow Your Tech-Teach Ecosystem: What can you plug into Canvas?

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Dartmouth’s Fab-Four Canvas team shows how we’re using Piazza, Zaption, Lecture Tools, our custom Photo Roster, and other apps across the curriculum. This is not a sit-down session! Be prepared to …

Dartmouth’s Fab-Four Canvas team shows how we’re using Piazza, Zaption, Lecture Tools, our custom Photo Roster, and other apps across the curriculum. This is not a sit-down session! Be prepared to bring your triumphs and challenges. Participate in an ed-tech ecosystem share-a-thon. Together we’ll develop an ed-tech ecosystem map.

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  • Mike slide:
    Setting the Stage for Student Inquiry - quick story of Zaption in German Media - as an example of collaboration and agile process
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    • 1. Grow Your Tech-Teach Ecosystem: What can yo plug into Canvas? Featuring the Dartmouth Fab Four and you!
    • 2. Featuring the Dartmouth Fab Four: Barbara Knauff Director of Educational Technologies Pat Coogan Project Manager Jing Qi LMS Specialist Mike Goudzwaard Instructional Designer
    • 3. Questions, Answers, Engagement Prof. Mary Flanagan’s Digital Arts and Culture Film 03 Piazza meets the humanities. Piazza logo Image: http://freshmancomp.com/category/mobile-learning/
    • 4. Piazza as Discussion • Piazza developed for sciences • Humanities Q&A based Discussion • 2 questions from reading / responses • Questions for visiting guests (via Skype) • Class-source mid-term questions • Considerations: • Setting expectations and assessing student engagement • Role of Prof & TAs • Mobile access (web, iOS, Android)
    • 5. Course Analytics
    • 6. Student feedback on Piazza “Piazza helped solidify the concepts from the readings. It encouraged one to think more about the reading and discover connections between each week's theme.” “We had the chance to reflect on our readings and post questions. This really helped me think critically about the material- especially in answering other student's questions and seeing how their responses compared to mine.” “I could post a question/answer anytime. Also, as each question had its own space for answers, it was visibly easy to connect the answers to the questions.”
    • 7. Use case: German 10: Understanding German Media Petra McGillen, Assistant Professor of German
    • 8. Needs: •Embed YouTube collages •Mark up YouTube videos with comments, questions •Overlay interactivity
    • 9. Solution:
    • 10. Step 1: Find video … or upload your own
    • 11. Step 2: Add Elements • Text • Images • Drawing • Open Response • Numerical Response • Multiple Choice • Drawn Response • Discussion • Replay • Jump
    • 12. Step 3: Publish • LTI integration requires Pro membership ($79/year) or site license • Easily embed tours from the WYSWIG editor toolbar [No-fee freebie: embed URL links]
    • 13. Example: Open Response
    • 14. Step 4: Track analytics
    • 15. Results: •Seamless integration •Greater engagement •Better outcomes •Happy students “Canvas is a pretty huge leap, from what I have seen…”
    • 16. Lecturetools Present, Peer-instruction, check for clarity
    • 17. Select a Region Question
    • 18. Check for Muddiest Point “Why are hydrogen bonds important?” “What causes the twisting of the two DNA strands?”
    • 19. Course Photo Roster A custom-built Dartmouth LTI.
    • 20. Class Roster Student ID photos, names, and Canvas role. Coming soon: class year & declared major
    • 21. Roster by Section
    • 22. Roster by Groups
    • 23. What are you plugging in to Canvas? • Break out - collect stories • List LTIs you have used on chart paper Include name of LTI, purpose, institution, success/failure, . . . . • Each group chooses a story • Tell 2 minute story - success or failure Stories Collected: bit.ly/Plug-in-to-Canvas-14
    • 24. Psssst, Dartmouth is hiring IDs to join our expanding learning design team! bit.ly/calling_IDs