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Canvas - Canvas Network

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Canvas is an open platform for providing professional development programs and self-paced courses for educators. Topics cover a wide range of content, including growth mindset, understanding...more
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Canvas is an open platform for providing professional development programs and self-paced courses for educators. Topics cover a wide range of content, including growth mindset, understanding copyright, and teaching STEAM. Before enrolling in a class, view information including estimated time commitment, credentials earned upon completion, and the course objectives. Be sure to check each course date, some are self-paced, and others are offered in a defined time frame.

tag(s): differentiation (57), professional development (265), Special Needs (45)

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Utilize the free courses offered through Canvas for personal and professional development opportunities. Learn about educational concepts not available through your school district. Share a class that interests you with other educators in your building or with your PLN (Personal Learning Network) and use that opportunity to collaborate on the information in the course. When finished, share your learning with your peers during a staff meeting. Course offerings are continually updated, check back often to see the latest additions.
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