Access, Equity, Outcomes with Canvas Learning Management System

Session 5: 1:00-2:30 PM (Thursday March 03, 2022)

 

Description

Asynchronous, synchronous, hybrid, blended, distance, and in-person are just some of the types of learning your programs may be offering students this year. It’s definitely not life as we knew it; instead, these types of learning are inviting us to reengineer how we engage with and help students to meet their academic, career, and life goals. The pandemic has presented an opportunity to rethink how we address the needs of each learner and educator. OTAN and CAEP TAP have partnered with Instructure to help districts provide equitable access to distance, blended, and in-person learning through the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS). We titled the partnership California Distance Learning Cooperative (CDLC) and our vision is to include all adult education agencies across the state in the CDLC, making access, equity, outcomes, and alignment with our community colleges much more of a reality. Come find how OTAN/CAEP TAP can assist you in making this positive change for your students.

Presenters

Lead Presenter Bio Photo

Renee Collins

OTAN/CAEP TAP

Renee Collins currently serves as the Director of Adult Education at Sacramento County Office of Education and is the Director of OTAN and the CAEP Technical Assistance Project. Renee has more than 20 years' experience administering and teaching in adult education including ESL/EL Civics, ABE, ASE, CTE, Pre-Apprenticeship, and Correctional Education.

Type of Presentation

Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)

Audience

  • Administrators

Program Strands

  • Adult Basic Education
  • Adult Secondary Education
  • Career Technical Education
  • English as a Second Language

Category Strands

  • Blended Learning
  • Distance Learning
  • Digital Equity and Access
  • Technology Integration
  • Online Engagement and Assessment
  • Program Administration and Coordination