Canvas and Mathematics

Canvas and Mathematics

A school that has just moved to Canvas asked how we were using it within our Mathematics department. It has been nice reflecting on what is being enabled for Maths with our Learning Management System. So here is the content that was sent in reply. Hmmm, maths and...
Canvas on Mobile Devices

Canvas on Mobile Devices

Canvas by Instructure is proving to be an awesome powerful Learning Management System for us BUT can it work for mobile devices like iPads or other mobile devices?!! YES IT CAN! Please read on!!! WhooHooo! Canvas is web based system and it works well in mobile...

UPDATED – Import a Module From One Course to Another

An example of importing a module from  one course to another. This is the same process for transferring files, pages and assignments either in groups or individually. Share this:TweetMoreEmailShare on TumblrPress...
Adding a Quick Assignment/Task to Student Diary

Adding a Quick Assignment/Task to Student Diary

Quick assignments are one-line titles or directions i.e. “Read pages 15-21 and answer the questions on page 22”. Follow these simple steps to add a quick assignment task to your Canvas class and the Student Diary in Spaces at the same time. Share...

Graded Discussions in the Science Classroom

This is a great example of using the Discussion tool in Science. Here the teacher has also linked the class discussion with online resources. Share this:TweetMoreEmailShare on TumblrPress...

Canvas on iPads

Canvas by Instructure is proving to be an awesome powerful learning tool for us BUT how can it work for mobile devices like iPads or other apple and android devices! Browser based: canvas is a web based system so the experience in a web browser is enough for the...

Copying Content From One Course to Another

Canvas makes it very easy to copy content between courses. This video is less than two minutes and shows how I have taken content I created in my Sandpit and transferred it to my English class. This is great for sharing work with your colleagues or if you have...

Getting Started

OK by default your canvas courses are set to be unpublished and are not seen by students. This is so you can get them ready first and then publish. this short clip shows how to edit pages, change the page layout and publish your site. Have fun now! Be sure to check...