Canvas Learning Management System – Vinayadhar Raju, India
April 15 @ 3:00 pm - 3:20 pm
Canvas is a Learning Management System to create our own online courses. Recent Padamic situation made everyone to use technology and go virtual to connect with our students. Canvas is the best way to connect with our students asynchronously by creating our own course. Canvas provides an opportunity to create our classroom quizzes, Discuss boards, Online assignments with auto grading options. This is an ultimate solution to address all our classroom issues.
Mr. Vinayadhar Raju is working as English Language Teacher in Telangana state government secondary school, ZPHS Jangapally in Karimnagar district. He is also acting as a State Resource person and training module writer for in-service teacher training organised by Telangana state government and SCERT. Mr. Vinayadhar has 24 years of experience in teaching English and Handling inservice teacher trainings by integrating technologies in teacher training sessions as well as in classroom teaching. He also provided an exceptional contribution to the teaching of English by maintaining a subject Forum, ELTA-English Language Teachers Association- Telangana for the Continuous professional development of English Language Teachers in the state.
Mr. Vinayadhar post graduated in M.A English literature from Kakatiya University,Warangal and completed his Bachelor of Education from the same University. He completed E-moderator course sponsored by British council and TESOL methods from Oregon university sponsored by RELO India. Participated in E-Teacher Alumni programme and organised workshops for teachers working in government school on “Alternative assessment strategies.” He participated in Britisch council’s project “Teachers and students as co-researchers in Indian government schools” sponsored by Warwick University,U.K.
Mr. Vinayadhar worked on collaborative project with the teacher in Honor-roll school,Texas, USA. During this project he connected his class-room with US class-room using asynchronous technology. Students from US and ZPHS Jangapally worked collaboratively on projects like “ Backpacks” and “Film reviews” using padlet a collaborative wall.
Mr. Vinayadhar started implementing the concepts he has learnt in TEA program at Appalachian University and became an agent of change in his community.