What is Canvas PDX Summit?
The Canvas PDX Summit is the ideal place for Canvas users of every kind to learn, share and create. This summit, sponsored by Portland Public Schools, is a place founded on collaboration and fun. Participants are able to earn Canvas badges, receive PDU certificates and network with other Canvas users.
The Canvas PDX Summit, Summer Edition, will be held virtually on June 22nd. After a year of online & hybrid classes we have learned a-lot. Now we are looking to Level Up our Canvas game moving into next year! We are bringing together Canvas administrators, teacher leaders and support specialists from Oregon and Washington to discuss and explore Canvas use in education and your classroom. Some of the topics to be discussed will include the future of elementary in Canvas, sharing resources in the Canvas Commons, MasteryConnect in Canvas and more.
Interested in being a presenter? Showcase and highlight you and your district by being a presenter! We are officially accepting applications for proposals for our 3rd Canvas PDX Summit. If you or your organization are interested in presenting, please visit our Call for Proposals page to get started.
We are looking forward to Leveling Up with you,
The Canvas PDX Summit Team
Kevin Crotchett | Director of Learning Technologies
Diane Berthoin-Hernandez | Virtual Scholars Principal
Matt Marchyok | STEAM TOSA
Kristin Moon | Program Administrator - STEAM
Ryan Hoxie | Learning Technologies Integration TOSA
Ellie Larsen | ERP Solutions Admin
Canvas PDX Summit's Featured Speaker for Spring 2021 is Tisha Richmond. Tisha is an innovative district Tech Integration Specialist, Canvas administrator, speaker, and author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles in her school and district as well as on Oregon regional and state EdTech cadres.
Tisha is the author of the book Make Learning MAGICAL, which unlocks seven keys to transform teaching and create unforgettable experiences in the classroom. She speaks nationally on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning in all content and grade levels, Family and Consumer Science being her specialty.